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The Florida star

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Title:
The Florida star
Uniform Title:
Florida star (Titusville, Fla.)
Alternate Title:
Star
Place of Publication:
Titusville Fla
Publisher:
S.W. Harmon
Creation Date:
November 29, 1907
Frequency:
Weekly
regular
Language:
English

Subjects

Subjects / Keywords:
Newspapers -- Titusville (Fla.) ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Cocoa (Fla.) ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Brevard County (Fla.) ( lcsh )
Genre:
newspaper ( marcgt )
newspaper ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage:
United States -- Florida -- Brevard -- Titusville
Coordinates:
28.591111 x -80.82

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Abstract:
Situated on the banks of the Indian River, Titusville in Brevard County was settled in 1867 by a former Confederate officer, Henry Theodore Titus, and his wife, Mary Hopkins Titus. The town was incorporated in 1887, by which time it was already famous for its citrus and pineapple crops. The arrival of the Florida East Coast Railroad in 1892 laid the groundwork for a tourist industry as well. The Florida Star and later the East Coast Advocate and Indian River Chronicle provide a diary of these developments. The Florida Star was a weekly newspaper published by P.E. Wagner from 1880 to approximately 1882 and later by S.W. Harmon. On November 1, 1912, the newspaper moved from Titusville to Cocoa, Florida. The Florida Star ceased publication around 1917 and was succeeded in turn by the Indian River Star, which operated until 1920. Another Titusville paper, the East Coast Advocate and Indian River Chronicle began on July 13, 1900, as a continuation of the Indian River Advocate and East Coast Chronicle; the latter had been preceded by both the East Coast Advocate, edited by W.S. Graham, and the Indian River Advocate. In 1920, the East Coast Advocate and Indian River Chronicle merged with the Indian River Star and was subsequently published under the title of the Star Advocate.
Dates or Sequential Designation:
Began in 1880; ceased in 1917?
General Note:
Publisher: P.E. Wager, 1880-<1882>.
General Note:
Published at: Cocoa, Fla., Nov. 1, 1912-<June 5, 1914>.
General Note:
Description based on: Vol. 1, no. 23 (Sept. 29, 1880).
Funding:
Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05

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University of Florida
Holding Location:
University of Florida
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Copyright Florida star. Permission granted to University of Florida to digitize and display this item for non-profit research and educational purposes. Any reuse of this item in excess of fair use or other copyright exemptions requires permission of the copyright holder.​
Resource Identifier:
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AKR0018 ( NOTIS )
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Preceded by:
Indian River star (Titusville, Fla.)
Succeeded by:
Indian River star (Cocoa, Fla.)

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SFLORIDA STAR




.xxVIII TITUBVILLE, PLA., FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 29, 1907 NO. 32


Not for Oq seles A oe., Bqt for tre qood of Otaels .lso.



S QF TH Qeen Quality Shoes LATEST IEB S Special Sale at Kline'sILOCL GOSSIP

PRESENT IBumrAD INCIDENTS N eD PERSONALS
fit? Yet how much worse l j MONDAY, DCBER 2, 1907. your soes if they don't fit. YourSik ginghams beautiful plads
f M Ilet Pl dg to Imt g of carriage is goneandawhole Fo al Pr llph AMat P lUPlthlspecily good for adies'shirt wais Methil Ablot the People of TittsSa of physical ills results. and children drees Monday on
rus ll TOIn We want no shoes to leave this Tnlg 8 8a HI l ad children's dresses, Monday "only, ille as They Come fad Go
ilmator that don't fit. This is only an- entsperyrd.
Specl bain in men's clothing at other reason why we sell /QUEEN Mrs. Deisner is having her boarding Black taffeta silk, heavy quality, 1 Jas. E. Alexander, of DeLand, was
Valins a QUALITY" shoes, for better fitting house painted this week, Wm. Maier is every yard guaranteed, special $1.5 in town Wednesday
Mr L F. Spener went to Jackson shoes never were made. That "they doing the work. oile,44 inches wide beau- rs. Zoa Brown ill pend he in
$ ig Luesday f. Sl fen r nt a. fi---ee "t s "a" "s d r &n.lr Zora Browin will spend the winie Tuesday for a few das' stay, re- fit where others fails proverbial The double daily train service and tiful quality, worth $2.00 per yard, er with her niece. Mrs. J. P. Turner. in
the beautiful new styles .just re- mails are a great convenience to the Monday only, $1.39. Same in blue. [New Smyrva. Mr. ertWattn, of Clifton, hagone ceived: We carry the largest and business men and the traveling pablic. Ladies'ffy ruffle belts, in elastic Doctor Miller, dentist, expects to visit
pa ip at Daytona with a Mr. best stock of shoes shown on the East Miss Helen Miller Ifft Wednesdayaf- orsilk, shrred or plain, an entirely Palm Beach and vicinity the first of the
fis,, hablin lh, oyster ad clanm Coast for men, boys, women, child- teroon to spend Thanksgiving with her ade Monday's special 69 n- coming week.
A n em dSTmSnNaecrrmght S s.a lf et black heather borhm B sn-'
S m dwonweerght re and infants.teed sister, Mrs. L. A. Peek, at Melbourne. derskirts, with shirred flounce, orth M Jhnson, of Jaksonvillr repreSMelboueSend s your orders when you want Work on Dr. Dniel's new concrete $2.50, special $1.49. senting the Gulf Refining Co.. was in
Shi B and placed in jail under the bet at themostreasonableprice. building is at a stand still awaiting the Half wool and cotton blankets, ex- i town the first of the week.
the dcrge of adultery. WINSTON S. BRANNING arrival of the machine for making the tra large sie heavy weight, worth Mr. Eugene Berge came down from Me. g gu ame Euue nrom
Thanksgiving baloere heldi . heks. $3.0. special $9. New Siyra Thuday of last week a The a ivinool exercisay were ekl in Titusville, Florida. All wool California blankets silk visited rna ursay here till Suweeknd
the public school Wednesdayafternoon, Mr. and Mrs. Harry Wilson went to bound 104s, worth $4.00, special tewtrnsere Sunday.
after which the school ehihdren are tak- Jacksonville last Saturday to spend a *L9. Mr. Henry Pritchett. of Jacksonville, in a vacation until next Monday. I. BROWN INDICTED rew days among friends in that city. re- White Marseilles bed spreads., ex is hre looking after business affairs
Mins Myrtle Willard went to DeLand turning tuesday evenng. tra large size, worth $3.00, special this week. His brother George is at
Wednesday to spend Thanksgivingwith Fortl-two Spl4 Counts lleng Harry ra y. of New Smyrns wa- $1.9. present up in Georgia.
S he parents. She will continue as as l F t hauled up before themayorof tha m towa Flannellette suitable for kimona Hon. Minor S es went to Kissim
sialant toTaxColleetor Hallthiswinter. Wednesday of last week for abusing his in endless variety of patterns, wort mne Monda morning to hold courtKi
Cahier W. S. Brnning wa ca to Comptroller, False Report wife, and was fined $10.00 and costs. yard.ee Monday only, 9 cntsper e Mounty and fing there will also yard. Oueola count" and from there will also
Miami Sunday afternoon to appear as a f Assls, EtC. County Commissioner J. M. Oslan left 54-inch broadcloth in all the latest hold fall term in Orange, th- two probwine before the federal grudjuryin Sunday for Atlanta for the purpose of shades including blacks, navy brown ably lasting two weeks.
the W. Bwn ease, retur ningues- n.Ai oc o ~,k Moody ar.tl n r ti ie buying the new road equipment for Bere- and red, worth $2.00 a yard, special Miss Mael Whitacre went to her
the W. M. Brow case. rettiming Tu grnd julry alit tio r .n indit5
day. aint W. w. Brown. charged by the ,olp- yard county, to consist of twelve mules $ & yard. home in Melbourne Wednesday to spend
M T. Roy Pckett, of Cocoa, was a trllerf the C. cure y itlh miply- and six dump wagonsn sitingfro can ardly be di- Thanksgiving with her parent. Prof
passenger Wednesday for Washington, iag funds of the Frt Dallas NatiiNl iuk. Thanksgiving was observed in Titus- ials. patterns copied from high price Overstreet and Miss Teter are thonly
where he has accepted a position ithe while pident of that institution. ville yesterday by the closing of the imported arsgoods, special 19cents teachers left in town until school start *
government printing ofice. His wife The indictment aerris with it 42 1-ific business houses during the entire day. per yard. up next week.
aml little son will follow later. man. thigh many of the oa. nf, or with a prevadingSundayquietnessabout Ladies', misses' and children's A petition signed by a large number
m.. H. Allen left S day on n the e oti dis k- everything, except at night when a most ready made coats, endless variety of of citizens and business men of this s- ebusines trip to Jacksonville and other mro Ita in thlenuptrier. ri nrelorts the enjoyable hop was held in the opera latest styles, rices mor t ri tionsettingforthman
point thenteate. Heis keeping the dictofthenktc. Tt innt house R. &wthG. orsets, in all the latest r continuing thTtui
transportboatRohesterbusy henidays lely typeri tte, and emohRel alsut to Mr. and Mrs. Joseph C. Kent. the dspeial9esithsupprter al ha sees ctntinuin t thest post
carrying lumber from this place to the paseeach count beint scieifically relatlIe,a parents of Mrs. Percy J. Robottom ar- Mai sp rdeia proptly filled o a lice daken rwasrde to teanal for the Outing club. todate. nature oftrusaction.aaout involved rived in Titusville last Sunday afternoon of the above goods. apt. and Mrs. P Nelson, of Sout h
Mrs. 0. A. Quarterimn returned lastto spend the winter in our city. Mr. J-Lts KIANE, Titusville. TitsTill, arrive l from th north 0We
r.dioten t wlt ait r ; and Mrs. Kent sojoun in sumnr b
Friday from a visit to ther daughter, s aftcrnmn, acco pai MaFriday from visit toher daughter. a(iomlle, h. lirr,,lue Fortln1.in ,-;i.ni theseaonMarthas Vineyard, wherethey Stockton and Gilchrist tr- K*tl aid little li-s Eclln i' .aladl Mrs. A. H.nd spent the first part of this ti onitash the lnam-r t ftilhe Ik i- havs a cosy cottage. We xtend a It is reported in TallahL that R. frand. wi will spnd th, intu rit

week with her friend. Mrs. M. Simon- catill priabiy Itak-n up by th i: ii l hIearty wl ome to Mr. and Mrs. Kent. Hudson Burr will in afe\ das wih- them. Tlul niany frilnds, I glal
son, ere going to her home at Chester jury. ifatul ttl ,t ai,, o ort and hope they may have a del-lightful draw from therace for gov-fs r li a ,n t l,,, htil rtllrn
Shoals house of refuge. Plead Not Guilty wintr on our oast. s tockton.
Mr. W.V. Cartergives uphisposition si li als w I w "r iu sato,, (;OOi)S.SHOE Brown. ho rili stertIs. ld ita surintt, l
assuperinte identof the Extract factory 1 rll i xi, oI T R )swno. snh intsts e
ssuperinendentof IheExtratifactor in l t whe. t iil From now In at Gardner'svou will unfavorable t l the interests f th fiOrst assistant p !stmlaS 'Irlll. li~ i on December 1st, and will return to .rtn.lnted by Intrt Att,,rney I sln-. H receive with each CASH purchase, a pr ple In fl t salasalln-t al ld a -wanc '1, as ii Port Orange, where his family moveda waI ilaldi:.ly -rmimse, i awl In, ot, ticket. When you have '25.41 worth, i. Burr potpos to, treniuld Ti tu1ill i Fri a oa lsAia u, Iss few day ago. Mr. Spencer, the owner gy ts ou can obtain a high grad talking fight B ne. h i I af th of the plant, is expected to arrive from o fthe, anl. alll o; -:ll,,,l Oil e I e machine on the mIost liberal terms really gt the gentleman frot ,, IthT, rntat of th, p 'rlnt IuartrBoston this week whenthe future opra- I.ll that hal i in.l -Irn 1s .n and at a fraction of regular price. IWest i explaining his ecsrs si ,~t .,r
tin of the factory will be decided. isioner F H I.ani ..r at l tll ,, Ili It will interest YOU.. Bown w as fittl-e h as eltIc tor anohr t arrest early inir 5y ,,o-nt o I/-,, ,- C has. A. Gardlnr 'Phone t" knawn as a leader in the ta h- "' Church No-es rietattorn'y., ie nLo, w anllo out" faction. ln recent arbh al half r i i k1 olald Chuc, yi t :,oo.vo,,, I OAK HILL s ss ,l, s-a Services at Presbyterian church Sun- li cs a ,,r na r ,tie." ad in his fir.t ra fr, il ,l ,-NI .h,- : M, I Ista, I ,
day evening at 7:30 p. m. ,unlt i i-th, raswer,, tn Et. The iron rails for th Ariel[ umberc s- si,, e ht bitt k 1 i l 1- L,. :
There will be na service in the Bap- Thr lit.,fth ilinein, t and su till .iI I tl>. ha\e arrived ai the shinglmi Henry E.avit oi tI-. li ttil h lla t, l II .t i,
tist church, Titusville, on Sunday nex th vario..ns,. nt.el- stiil 1ean. a, t ill l n be in so t isn c tin N i t sa si. I n a ,n I r
Dean Robottom will conduct erviee Indictment by Counts Agent L. H. Vr.numan ani family I n s a le-sl I isin th s: l~, t n, h i ,
in Cocoao n Sunday morning at aI:3t Tes,5i ,-t-i,. it vaayina a- an 1 NA iyh- me ails.
a m. and7:3 p. m muTh o jr of th (li -1 I tat n- are away on a \-ati, n ani r. A th, hh It ,Il I.,
The Presbyterian Sunday school will pannh.I Iworn al.l arol ;as mer.n P i s a"" nt I uring hiI abnh l it i lt-i "sIr -.t
be reorganized next Suday, Def. Ist., a"t",,sn''erss ''rt ls L ;l l ''': Ih Hs ThAstas. silt if i h si,- sssl tIt .1, g ,g> i l F I? tl "
at 3 s m. Everybody is cordiall in- h t 1w, dei er i o da i e )l te I t i tD,-i inana
Rev. J. B. Hawk will preach at City tin ntiO alO ',tL. o nka'o 1n'1 1 r. llltn bl.k ,
Point Sunday morning. De. st. at 10:30 ..,l 25 tl tt, is lll. ,.,l \:sstte5-t-.l s I, it Is i
o.lo t m g 1ita:srs. .1. A. Taylor and l Smoking Tobaccos .,
clock At2:25 p. m. hewidl peach I uk,,tltiao,, H .. ..... v- ..r. Kuhlh Ave ght t ih Tu l .I.V I n i f ,it,
at St. Pauls ehur,. tEau ollie P l t t o o, told W, A.Iiei i lt nl I tItS i t-. s-s I lh t "" I -;1
worth leaguedevotional meetingatE .. ..... ........ Ir.. ,s l e lt . Its I St . 'i ,t .. sl, F '
Gallie at 6:30 p.m. t IitIstat ve uk n i u. an i Pens for Sal, thenan d th.r. i In l T T-: i Rev. Wm. E.St,,ant~ % ani f. h t i t ,hl 1, Indian River Hotel M ii, ,I h.1r s a ,: Thusil. 'am up f rmn EaU Nuilit i iiNNEt i
RECENT ARRIVAELS juristi tm iiri h ni ad 0 ; tinday l St- n e 1ri ht t
Chas F Trotter. Washington, DC m ki n s ;, ,.' k T I,, s-th-af0 runn, i i it i t.i :- Just Received
JE Hopkins and wife. Chicago: L in n- i ,I Th ,. VA. ~ -llll, l %\ d Is .
lobe, Rockledge;JohnHenryi fit J -, I II, h io,- Ihis i Flil t lirt 1t fii' tr rni II ,
E Miller and son. Palm Beach: C : .tf thiol ll alm nt L.< ui E &i I ,
Duane, W J Irland, Atlanta: J M Kee- i tu 1a. n T v
Iv. Tamp: H WiParks. BoHing G "een .. Ai, -s' -pt Str
Fi; Jon Fleishman. Mark H Lrvss NY;i I : , ,,5 -] I ... I
WT MSoore Jacksonille F St I .t .5 n k 111 h
MrsJ S Morse. Miami: FC Smillir.t '%, C.t s I.. .., htCieinnsati; Geo G Richenard. Valdosta. i. It h1 1a 5 t II flr st. hl ,'l a. Drayin
Ga; Mrs CB Kingman and son. Dr BR aftr.o, Il, -.i k IM..I. :I:l. -l -i,, 'll ll:.
Wilso Mrs B R itiltn... Beltn. Rush T.r I, .-1 .1 1 ..t,, isn impr.i al isti abl, t drive
and Karl Wilson. City. d u a .i I .. Int thls l la, -e 1, da Her sisle. III ,
Special Bargains in Children's I i I Init a.. N Notice
Clothing at Kline's i It,, t" : l i- ,. L, t" .,ic
Boys suitsinextraqualityof black mni. tlsis. ,- !o"ars ,i -ats Zs I N . J hlis. Ihi hit en ''tn-sue C S p, I. .i ;: ..r b een
Thibet. worth $5.00, Monday's spe- \i loi i..,,-n-- :ss t .,, 55' ill fr s aI l iweek. ani %1 h s ,hi Us -, 2.,It i. -. :h, ,,; .h.-,
i ]. $3 .49. tr-h'r tus. so Titsvil un~er thy dleto-'s Oilte -t-r.. ---i.- Its-I ill rit r
Boys' heavy quality blue serge Thc u.lA ut was a f;ilw- Ih. ,mnd eare, has betn taken its the F. E. C. attle Nar d c filasl: Lot : !
suits, bloomer trousers sizes 7to 17.s nt alleoos tlt ,aki a tr u hospital in St. Augustine to undergo No. :, *'tii i lot No. :;. -etin 86, in towss mlip s;I enuth e r, --t. ,T
regular price $8.50, Monday $6.98. ithlssei .-lh ..... imlti,.n l,. an operation. This Ind io unsiplved sIt sinel I o- .
Another lotof boys' suits in hard mie. lmnj. hich wa IsI.o MrI. 5. 1. Stephens. of Lakeland. cated. Forfolrtiherpaiculallrs adls re I
finish worsted, bloomer trousers, 3nl dOr t:alleg.can tr11int, iu.utof whot ought Mr. P. L Wright's or- 1:.> 1. L, W.. S.:.-: I b
special $4L.9 Sizes7 to 16. the ChaTs National hltk flr ..ullllio llth ange crop, left Tuesday for Titus- Ii-ktoi.ssIs. I alsmeparce.t .ci -ville. taking his force of packers land fore b mount chaesan.ther id -urny r with him. They enjoyed their Sun- Orange and Grapefruit Trees A rink at a ,d p
Eightra sin Blnvardalat, being the iga..eltoheCo .Satiul bat ik. day dinner of venison. shot by one of Grown at Shiloh, Fla.. ,n high 1ANI
1W. of 8. of .. S T.Ml. 5, a.L d 5th ant is a faloe entry t ith Empire their number. hickory hammock. Freefrom white
.W.eNW.w de.rseT.Ts1,Lat. For Tnbeo.torC s. -- fly. One year to two year old buds. The Alpine Hotel
aeh plrtiolars aIddiM. P. reTI th ente is s aisl entry or the anae Wood For Sale Prices from 25 to35cents. Careful- Titusillt, Fla., F. A. Lley. ma asaa. amount and wt_________party.___ that th T pi ve On the European plan turt!cool drink at ul place t A e ntry inowthat they inPineoo k any) length. Aso plow- ly packed and delivered at Oak Hill ager. n the European la furSd t l p t ingand hrrowng. See or address J. station. .W. GRI shed lms and quick lunch chIANDY'S. Costinalued on ise i W. Jamison. TiNs ille. Fla. Shiloh. Fla rally, ,icate.








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THE FLORIDA STAR inAY, NOVEMBER SW, 190

into rece ership last week. were ar
reted later and held on the charge of COIFORIlNG WOI
accepting deposits while knowing that
the bank was Insolvent This n Ort yaFoia(ote 1-1
gon is a felony punishable with $1t00
fle and two years imprisonment Them So
Burlinton Fee Affirmed. To hve theI Pi oti~ nlid es ol n aid
The federal court of appeals at St. ack reniol, i to-tiay. fr fsm
Paul has olmrmed the judgmenot of the anno..ing, dnigero.us rin.ry lisordersI
crtlait court of western Missour for is enough to smaot kidney stolffer
$10500 ag. ainst the Chi-go. Rurlfng- erateil To tell Io thigreat ilanme I- an
ton and Quincy railroad for rebates le brhto a i Isi otng
tonwstl to $1441 on a tshipment of o ol Pl.! reodt
-whP s r P a ant rro Katnoa City to st tosi A. Octini, ot-oso'.i I.. ltana te -1.,n Fsin ,lI It I. lit i l i 4u
d est. "From my experelce tn l I1,1 s KiBanker Walsh on Trial. ney Pills I can strongly recoilllrnd
TA lany Ball at Mount Ck e have cost $5.000.000 Barely moe than Former President John It Walsh of them to anyone i nesed -if guol usediPO LITICAL c wa generally n derstood to be 10 per ent of the government lan ha the defunct Chicago National ank re or lbe kilns Kidne olomplaint the first open effort to bring the anti- been pai faced a Jury on the charge of having sad Ihacle Ta e 6fr oi r rcn at ta mu A un Brn force of the party into effective ~n la F Nwrecked his hank y the misuse f his teri for ers. Te irt r sece atIn'l I did tot oi.d l iois lo onty
AIe tfnm t th t oe tr I the CInm neFe atnfond or is aown prisoir enterprises. they re proraiil a1 iii i-.l i byp.
ItToe refsai of many Important nha In opening. Assistant Ditrict Attorney 1 imid lndly nl sl dn it nn dii. nit e W. J. Bryan mak a definite 'hid Term Talk TrUM" to Isso notes aup to or near the limit Douyno sid the government would metier to arailr lchr 1 .clpid at. wl Wtmat o f his postie n the ques- Editor Wattersno of the lllpe Imposed by aw. as requested by Se- hw that the defendant had takes the kidney set c w se i irregular aind dm of the preldential candidacy. He Courier-Jornal. better known among retary Cortelyou. has greatly disples- front the Chicao National. the Equl- isatural. i t a Kidncv Pill crcdi S ays that hitherto be has refrained the paragrapher s "Marne Henr" ed the administration. and in confi- table Trust and the Home aringsnnl4.- me. From personal exlt-ri nc I kn ban ddiealU the ailabllityoftim- ays there is one ray of hope for the ences with New Yorkt anker the 00000t and that watered stock to the that this remedy call i deiended uisn
ail or other andidats eaer the Demoerte sext year even under the treasury chief made It on em- amoat of oaer $.000 had en to lilihe rttai made o it.
ar oldty baltdhve all'the light postble lheubus of Bryan's candidacy. It phatically that in fotre sch bhoans issued. voted to himself and then sold For sale byhv allt ie.aters Pirit rlllis
a te a atshol t the plat- an t of the single menae to the might etetl no nolideratin In the to thnse iankr. The sums th renl Fostetilr t o talo, N k.
gr made to St the xisttg odi country which shows Itelf acroe the way of government deposits. Lt to Ired sre invested in dummy cop-le agents for lthe i ln o a n
dan Now that this yJar electioos national hori na-that is the much pointed out that the ntional banks sles. said Dobyns. take no thier.
Se pat he feels that a statement is heralded, much denied candidacy of mlght add t000.000 to the avatable Ite o ft
ue to the pieile a well an to himself Thedore Ronsevelt for a third term supply of currency if the would take t T i
a areont of many fale reports in He asserts that all the buccaneers of the trouble without exceeding their Ee- s I TIFIC he o i o N. a,,] S dtinntlon partyism. the opportunists anddven- gal limit Asa matter of fact the newI Trenton. .1 i ~; ..-;inog so iitd dem Now taat t'sJm F" ect when i a 1- t, \ Mr. Bryan deeelas that he will not turers are lining up for Thedorer; also issnus to date amount to only alout aeroplane's Circular Flight. he a a itnt -nstr iu I IU f rsi
ets for or seek a nomination nor as- the Inoense burners nd hangers on. i the bankers being onwill- Henry Farmn has continued h tt
m to decide the Then he adds that "the very talk of a ngto pay the small tax collected on mrvelous o ights at Paris with his les fr t. r d a 4qetla of hi i- third term for Mir. Rooseelt is trea- such notes. famous acrol ase built y th oist allfty, but that "if son" and that "the people will rise ea Secretary Cortelyou began the with brothers on the ge-nera plan of e t ported aid re he can serve te pr- mas especially in New England. and drwal of some of the government de- Chanute soarer. efore ported said it as s bird o a tft ty by being its can- crsh it as a giant might crush an egg- posits in national banks in the east. wildly enthusiastic throng oft ieoplihe Ic A Reliable Remedy for Croup didate he will accept shell." On that one issue he thinks but this was more than made up at repeatlly tonnoetered hi i bchite the commission and Bryan could defeat Roosevelt New York by the arrival at more gold one kilometer i I complete ,iR ipe re. Ir S int-hai, 1hor. i make the best fight Central Amreian Pea tonfab frot Europe. importations of the yel- turning to thie ilnt of I-eparire ToIrs n, otei ci- 1, .- ill heenl" If. hofe f. bthe choice fall.uo Delegates from fe Cntral Amerl- low metal continuing In spite of the was r i- a b .t-tionsi. .f o. r r..a li. ii
Sanother hoe wll nocan republics met with eretary of record rates asked by Iandon. Berlin praciial aeiril 0itt I iii tt- III. I -thi t nother he will no State Root and Ambasador Creel of and Parts bankers. American bankers heavier thun air or with-, t the ist of L r irotnc:-Ic i-a i I. rl. i Wam J.Brabe dappointed exico Washington Nov. 14 to di- also began to draw on Argentina and gas It; Tlo nhie tirst rllt For sl hv Iti-c il., it-I i iar.
a i ala grated. c permanent peace progrme Mexico for gold shipments. J. P. Mor- slonly oth- i o- o-oh "1 it, fiu1 cnner brig
gay his anvlabllity Is to he decided .7e apke.mn.. pence.. rogramn .. ier
Speaking as the tempnrnry chairman. gon & Co. were arranging with the pne ittti it--to a til met by the not ng a fewesp derse bt a ir. Root told the delegates very plain- hank of France for $1i5.t.ti(i at a o inst ti fr i :li i
bthe ter n of the party. b t by ly that hereafter something iuore than Ipreminu for ills against at-to ex propllc, h, hig cin--t tis C ASTO R IA He ne n s and tu- sust ie Msno I h or i eg r in tor Inknts and Chpgdram further. that e has not been waiting the g lit. l" "tChi- off :to.t:t ilt li-it iic t. n *e
k M to see who the Republican nominee and that the means for enforoig a cago and oiher ntrior 1ii-s hlve s i n,-, itt
wo ee o ttn be has pece agreement most be supplied oced New York iy ring oi ip rot n de 't k I d You H L a e
would ke tort in the hhanold rI h .... hol.. must LhI SU t-pep ioeEte ot .. d d -' l t You Hive tttlNy 8"'l i
of victory. No matter who the Repulc w oud hold reponible ioi e r t frm Ero wl bout New Yrkihank nr t c n l i't -k on t
V Ilans dominate. whether a stand utwho might violate it. Th-e iplItIon ha" . re iban S1..it bo 1 t uin k earsthe ter or one favorable to reform. the was that the Unied States government western ,toDiffer Abot St-n Signatre of
Democrats must make all aoressive would supply the necessary force. Alu Vaudeville Deal Denied. :iIt 1ic I-'t 'r'ldor C-1l P Lt I "i e,,n- wall
fight. He believes the prsliets of bassador Creel echoed these enti .I. Eranger. hao if the theatrelot ,lIt, -i Tl
victory for his party are,excellent bt sutnients tli s. has si, t id I ott emph -li-all e
the action of the party "cannot le Hughes Starts B.nk Inquiry. ihe report l Iis vaudeville ,I-: aili ltI it i 1 i i.i i l ;
made dependent on the prosepet of I rclew of the recent erios banik had bn batl-dt.o nd :Id a riit ld i I
sucess." If the party believes that crisis in New York city GIvernir with the Keitlh Irop althi.og h he ild I \ AnBryan's nomination will help it he will Ilu;l:es has apllintld a toiutlitt ..f raitted that the titter hat triie to ba th: t itr- :o : ]
accept. whether the prospects poi t t, six Prominent ilt iker of the metropo.- in out. "1 Iat. t. l I "11 i Ih fi

bring no disgrace where the cous tioti and oini tos choia-- LEGAL-CRIMINAL irn
aJust .e. in thse in*. The committee i i heia l N- W
His fin l word is that the ctAlUpllgo by President llepbuinl of the lts- P Aga o T a. i i
will be an appeal to the.publllitc stt o t Iatin l l ank ad is t l rt I Agin Tr
Bclence In view of lth re i t invest lti The m.l ers hait -td o srv t iint i I I t etk (leb ilt'
nations which h:ve showlln the orrtllll without a. th the was
K d 1l l'tl.i,--i si lll-;ss it1 Itiiiist-o' 1h ,iii11-,>ti-i ,
us' of eaplui i fInd cutdi hy The Coin Inscription issue.
con-ert the o rtt e t-ltll ha ti i it I'-l l'oIi it- fth-l ti i- i tI'II sti-tii Ntis-Il 'In t1.
aset." Hte oas his party o i 'n it ,, I it it ll o ll In It;i It Irueit l til ahi i A N
oe promises to slntl o tlourations, for iit .,n ti t. o irt ili llr 1 pi I O i.A l Good Liniment
would have to Iatn ray the v,telr "as ii'lnt in, s t.II il l I r ilihl I a II"t W lll,the teopli-dn or t hs I utloo il- I-it s-lt--n- in n r. i ir I ,ll, ] FfRIEND TO FRIEDi
ls is ihp party o t1 iu l ling II ii li 71to- .- [ s:i 1 ic t I oi ;ad t1 b I I ..i. .illll ll. ti t r Ir L '
I sis a In loW re i a, ,tri lioi l til l t ;li rlity t sl !. Ii i o n o ha
tin oi iere fron : Ind fi, r ,, hat .. i I ...t .... it i ... .... ii... ha c in:; Ch i
iey i is exp nh i. n t :-al: iis s nt th- h:sti* fl- d I h, l I t :t , i h ed i
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Th tos c ti l tVo d atr is o, d, d. Mcrbilne t1 r I's:t. r nike ito c t t CIS Rw deii C --be and t l r
S-..... "I I', .. .. A POSITIVE CLRE
I -, fa- .in n it it. FOR CONSTIPATION, CHILLS AND
Li- t solings hot I e I- FEVER, BILIOUSNESS, MAL-ARIA

c.m AND ALL LIVER COMPLAIN IS.
Rooeet Four Years Henc.
id pr tiShle l my- CO IIERCIAL- C, Has Done A W orld Of Cood.
uia in a [ i lhl ltter I n1 I ;".e C ,s .e t
er a conversation with the president I,. i. rs. C, I). tPhiii M arl ll x:t- r
to June he was couiu, that sMr. Cuna.-d L ,ners Foo Cancda. Usd Herbine aid lind it lh, 1, 1i, r ,r : I v
ossevelt meant just what he said cr i T i sn .. tried. It duin miy f ily It-I a n1 t-. If o w I
about t accepting a nomination nexdt i ,nd ecos i to all tyt frit-nL. I utsr slat :t,
year, but that four or eight years Sti :mshs p r- p :.rin f r a I li o r i; h t sill :iI iuor. ',
hence, "bound by no pledge and In vi- i-s i-n f ts I s.isr l tiO il:It- -sl ol i. i ] i- hadtt frl and ilnltti W IL. BUY IT.
latio of no unwritten law," doubitles is tO to-i all Briti It t r a "ofor ssti lt result i B
he will be ready to respond to any call l ew---'. n r it truth t i is le seks wt is Ballard Snow Linimen C.
for public duty. ,Eng orn- Iaod the oint I ior t she ST.nl sc o t- er l w u i L UIt 0 .
Anti-Bryan Pletarn uiony. The Exposition Deficit l a th ercy of the railro. 500-502 N. Second St., ST. LOUIS, MO.
A conference between Roger uls- The ripts of the Jamestown ex ll Oregon Bankera Arrested.
van. Bryaa' openly avowed enemy In 'ltion frotm visitors and ocessionaire' P-ident Thornt. Vice tridt
control of the Illnois Democratic or- re no estimated at $t1.0to.KO. ani IlI:1 and Treasurer Hierkhard --f tl* Sold and Recommended by
pilndatinu: Tom Taggrrt f Indians this foreshadows a deficit of something defunct Title Guarantee and Trsl Titha an
at. Leter M.urph of New Y 't ret's r 3.00.00 The buildings alone .omOne of Portloand. re hh went flPdnnr fe. Swto


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0 YOU ET UP Several O f the resdets of as y e aS.art. WhAt AIL Yont ometead ty who have recea-ly Sunday morning, for miles above DO yo feel wak, tired depond ta

-F A LNE ACK prvedup II*elisis to.oler tStuart on the banks of the SIt Lue l ter or bad te n morning, heart
-__lands, an. WO very anxtos to interest river, the body of a strange man wasbor belching of ga, aid risings I EM k Ilit y"aes Tea YM some one wt capital, in that seetim found, drowned throat after eating, stomach ga or ho Tat Il k f the county. It Is said that there Deputy Sheriff A. Martin, was in burn, foul breath, diry spls, poor or
Am ed ybo ma the M nmillions of et of timber on these Stoart and immediately upon hearing variable appeUle nama t times snd sot u F -dO W'f" beoimeatesads which is awaiting the ere of the matter, empanelled a jury and kindred symtoams? aviation. bas been started rIs' Ion of a milL There ae two saW viewed the body. It was that of a bo yonsi are nsefla
to bond the town for an e k it ik hear mitls already established in the south- man 35 or 40 years old; red sandy hair, liver with indt* QI li ng plant t tls ra end of the county, but there is little gray, 5 feet and 6 inches tall of gestiP
Phsga crds pineapples re still be clatbimpbuofthoa, enty of room for another. The de- leader build, and would weigh proba M Di Sto the markets of theaerth tth etmy dis- mand for Dade county lumber lastead- bly 125 pounds: upper front teeth aR e nlftasr lMa fly increasing and a good many dol. gone: no marks or scars to be found
-. eot o lrge quanUUes. I reIard iIs
he ons of Gaineville mi can be made in the busnes.- on the body except that the eyes were elent lier Inigorat tomach onic
a he ereton of a n gnilee t and bl Miami News-Record swollen, and these was apparently no bowel regulator and nerve trngthen r.
aft os(;old,. Medical Diseowry *it not Magear temple nl that city, to cost sm I Slaus fu d l A gentleman who recently made a water in the lungs or stomach. He a patent medicine or sArrt nostrum, a I we $7,000 d 000. s ak bldd uricacid trip throgh the southern end of the was dressed, in pair dark mixed trou flll list of it ingredients bc rin prntd h d bleaBkrithts wielisathew rt munty was very enthusiastle over th. sers, clay colored shirt, common knit on its bttlewrapler and attsed under At a pDablie sale at Darby, Par on lmdtreytrhlpoeta that He stated underwear, and a pair of good tan oath. A glance at itsformalasll show ectl. day of anttne goods a cherry Dr. Itboer's S 2i ret of nat n section. shatt eontaioe no leohol. or arm
Synro nd wa ked eddf~~tboouhavh eeral new houses of large dIm shoes, with black hone There wo hatNLormin Ino I, r r amy, hvaIrbl addwtsbeitwll befond mistons would Boon be erected by pen- nothing in the pockets of any descrip made with pure, triple-reined glycerIne, down tanegrorrente. Ithhaestmed pie who had decided to make their tion. and his clothes were all carefully ol proper strength. from the rnts of the
The ity sell of Tampa has de- lommywayt, aedt wrk, islvate homes I that section during the win- buttoned, near and in good condition following native American fornt plants, tded on January 7. 1 p. as the dale sametbstre am, o and summer Lumber Is now be- Who the man wares i a omplete m vi.. Golden Sel root Stone root, Blck A lgeme n s Jeng r Cherrybark. Quea's rNot, Bloodroot, and IS blding the bond elecon when the e ya thata9 rtaagres en ba Ing sent to several places and within tey. Some thought he ad been an Mndrake root titMM W ote an a yie0,00l of lmery ie h w this Paper
Ser.-who l ote n a w o a so dm imta 1 may he a few months several family a lowill l extension laborer as they said the Te o ed medi trt.
Sa pe tprovementa eesrsdyld Io etlmaythavee
thea melacimprvment maenbotpllea ROtte by mala am a bok cate near Narania and Hometead shoes he had on were the kind diatrinb to h reof ts SA larger acreage han been plnted In telling tmm abot SsR td how to Judging from present indications net uted by the commissary. Others think ove ptm a nd.l el: Peir. arthly strawberres thi bseao than ever hb- fldont hasb detnule. Summer will bring abut many Irs he may be a man calling himself Tom. H.C Wod. eD..of red e Piot.Edl When welttogetesdtoanh~M reei blgeon MBaofeman Mld. Col]n fare, and although the season has been toftla ra prtanemets in the Homestead n m Knp, ho had been at Stuart with ia Prof. John is. la. tor o ent Proo. fan cn Pr. e hI. ttr o f
Sye td m tn as those farmers who have lately set- a boat Some time ago, but careful r. Ar a DIut fHorowa PO tedlene: P tin and promise an aobudant yield of .Kam&lo.Bg- tied there will begin to set out large search of the river bas failed to dis- La ne JoIM n. .. l De. ni. o tot aLhtMd i Temsi eannday bous N. Y Th o N...Pef. aidte eclaluoMsrDonAdtbio atrtaanpeloa gmvr of frit trees and will also p close a boat, o probably the affair ot aeria dle Psd uentMed Rat ifrn etort In Seattle are treated d.is Are Ml by al r n largfarma for truck growing.- will ever remain a mystery. The man drsra m t Card toend. V. Pt. B ith a rol yuttie serm to recent t I)make ao y mistake, bnt remembn t Miami News-Reeor had the appearance of hbaing been n a ow .atet e boklro d the s of the plague, and bountes tmmey wasmt Dr. Kimerd tm At the request of the business menthe water a week r ten days. tousin d ayw..rdrsian, ite OAt sand the ndde. Binohampton. N. _of LveOaStthebankibge ioendtrAts e pd for the bodies o all irate that oen Le Oali, the banking institulion d That No e o~r tS es U o ae delivered to the Health Depart o that city have organized a clearng lin n't beat Herbiee or te I It rAo oT l eat. 80 far 10 eenin a head a Congress will be asked to make an house and are now ssuing clearing liver The greatest rrltor eeroffr- a hed i t been paid for 3 rat& appropriation for the enlargement Of house certificates. As told by the ed to affeyrng humanity. If on stidler dwloDimenn wI e rre Ihsee mih o s
A New Orleans commercial traeler the naval hospital at Pensacola. ThIs Live Oak Democrat, "this request as fro liver a if o re bilious wmi'ted and fretfnl, s ieee nd ttlrino _
who arrived in Tampa Monday re- the only naval hospital on the gulf made of our banks, not because they rill pt it in it proper condition. A pasd to the police the theft of Ss cot, and Srgeon General Rlxey of were unable to meet the demands upon oumitiecllln fromntlnon, bili58ous 18isa5ai$ ..f PhY'l walb and a pureb e 'eontaing more the navy has reported that it is inad- them, but that the finances of our ao dyapes nd all illn dulto torpid Te"M than l0 from a berth in a Pl1mun quate in sIoe for the accommodation cality might be made more elastic e. Try a bttle and y w nee RUDDER an e tin elsk. Sd by Titne,.il.
cU. Two Pllman porter ar under of te nick of the fleet when in winter thereby rendering it more cny to han- Piarmay and Banner Drug Stor. HOW-TO BOOKS arrest charged with the crime. -eadenum at the nation, die the Cotion and other commodities Geneva and Chambers counties in Ovetr -s., ron o b-fo r(- ft
nare hay has been arvested I Vr and to better prepare all of our people Alabama Joedh Prohibition ranks ao sen f e ue.IrshnAlabama Joined tho prohibition nlinl RIm at i i oel oy ohs e .ar 8t n 53 a on. est laon BS d s lad to further their business Intereata yesterday the former vinoting dry 10 to o t restoni rean i .
la oty th year than for any e from Key West last Saturday to at without the embarrassments usually and th tter 20 to llor p. thee previous years. The 'mparted tend the coming out convention" at mt ad thea tte o to It bay Is now Melling at $30 per ton, Jnot Ocalaal to times of money string xn wo wm mo tender, t r hi gn to t ge
little too much for any farmer to pay that gentleman by rfteen hundred men The bk have gotten together. n snt U n when Junst as good hay can be saved aieet S. A. Hiely. H.l. Wood and EASONS bi 0 .......
fthas o anesarp-DeLand Res d W. J. Hillman as trustees, and forme! For Buying a High Speed, Bal flIo. "h hln -w h el'rrir in own farm.-eand ned. seldene rrto the steamer. The oea- xr S i ae a' "'
The toher a re preparing to e s nired by the aable se earng House Association is an- Bearing ow o Ult.n a CIG sO,
St rep ng to I p n atees nspired by the valuable mto ser to the request made of them and ,ll T l out from the lower East Coast truCen earo rendered by Mr. Browne to the ranah ne erTl ahs Trtl .,,,.. ,....
.the week ining Nembte gwre 6 m s e fo nctoday th, nnete bright, :rwa canit il re ets -en tlto arms the coming season the greateit of prohibition in the recent wet i irlation throgout the to an crop of vegetables they hcoreav re ar- and dry e are y sering the purpose of ready Sewing Machine keted. io adere conditions are m- Mr. and Mrs. A. 0. Anshtz and Mr. (csh in the hls of all who have bl ,,.,. ; whr in producin the crop, the trol- and s. J.le Stl,.iin f. Pa nna ou to el.... t lthl. ONLY ONE REASON
ers will receive good prices this sea- a-Gri, last w -ei. returning to St. Pe- That Ihte are as god gler fr. toll:, For buying any other machine, ; i '" "I', ......
O, 'es r1on onlaa lM-ing aa i b 1. via.: It is cheaper. But there is ro T FLaTTI Os .Aee A great many of the orange crops lb rt ,lo oI The p ii va ht r.~r.
about Orange City are selling as bh-r tween iini lll yet I nr acelei more difference in the quality sow o ..n o ACT stond in the gracm.. le. Her- ,snd lhia nf f fih. A Therei i no Reason than in the price ser and Roerts are recent sellers se- o l,,1. .s ,dlt vnndl 1 i 5oY Ali RSe tin An o. l. eral thousand boxes. Thet sold iu ed s f tr, I, A eV. t dl' lrlng ho ni \\in.rr i are ,, T51 v e drod IuS .\l i Ill fIE PRICE $ 1. EACH One-mill school fun ...... .3!1 3 a ppon e erI s-l l l En'PbE GE,, a SiI i, i t h.,, ia, .I
the neighborhood of $110 a b-D- wt0:1 nv 0n lin, I t- i o tTit tUgh t-ovt THEhRUDDR PiUBLIS HrINrO,,,,-, i l-rlilatir ltlti noo P hor co ilonthn t huth- 1 11; d-11 C stil &c... "Grandpat Colemlan who Intes o I 'vililvtlo e l.Ithurila, a 'or, ,. ~ -l-' a etr, tell I-,i I -, ,- ,l ,mc 0 5 a l of town, in dervonotl og lbt nn isi r aLnr it tee0n eet ,l i e 5iIete 'a10,lm,11 n i asi ti I I's .,l t1 l a very fine fruit can e greva I here lie ro(ti s d leI o t:- lelIie, (11u0?, tlllnh srv a it sl vrllld o -,,lrI b r' ,tt l' l e .a ...- 1 ha Japanese persimlmon 1 flree d eoll h :11 t Lab. iit. Thur-i,, a, l r arii ietlnv 1i tio e-I rr,,, i I, with this luscioi fruit. each one r ,,
iag no. I lag e i t, q I 0 T That Extra Seion. T ...... weighing a li oun eh--S. Peers- coninii I eee- r l I A i 'I" S 0a na i,, tie x bu'g Indepenldat. e II
Shlpmnoi trig,, rs fIrot Tanl p for he.i ll ;ta i i 1 sr tl eI -:' ,-:,:13 1i, i: e TIaha T \l ttli iI E Ri il .. the week endi n N-,.em -r 9 re n In f i, bI", DT H t l i N ; 220.100. Total shili'nal ir from Janll I,.- f - --,i-l]-i, ]e elee I -n tie,,1 ,a" ,- ih" ,
ary I toNoveolber oI e l1,,d olllle r, c h I I ., Ch T l a r , t, period of ];lt \.tS 5e1. "il 4pntl11 ', ....e e t 1 e1""i. .
Th Inre-ls, iii hii,-: ai- r 1,, ; l l. -I, i-e lee s Jlnl
Year. lm ne I ne h U.1 u1 t e, elI of we it, to -un i Y90WHs Carl Jo acn ol i i h 0 o l.. ut i i I e ,1l i. lt 10 Y t y or a i e e ri l r 1 11fa. : 1 r I o ,l I I i I l I r 1 Ji M.Ane f eh.iarmani o h n h l n tlf wna11i p t O
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tresuer. .71 ,w.:., THE ,:OUG H

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eo oe f pEaddll a til co s ot l -n" e e'I I a* r" l tI 0 1I c - i. iIT, r u-ta, .. TT pfo r eight nars for forging and el SI, r .yi,. i:- S. d l R HOS i R, E alo battlement. Another petition that of of een I Iok- "eld, nd ,_" tii T,, P i n, d I J. M. Andrews. formerly chairman of lovr the s... It. -T !..I ti..... ,i:l yoo'll.: lr tlfs I.. .. i ORl C ~cr r..URS hT &71 &
Board of county commisiu aers of kept tiur i nr ..... .. . .l .. k liur im ;,n, I; i E 1 1 u IT m t. 6 ..... b e 0h D,,S, d ... i / v u u v, .
Zscmbfa. who was given a four--car -o'pry l ur in t. c t i bs v r 1, 1-, at .tb1 r b.- --,d 'I- I ra."y.t' al, "t.O,,,"
termfor padding the county pay rolls fr !or 'h in,. arrangements h bn Iab ,i 1:, IN-l r uce d Panner Rtg, -t rtLlvlubrr- OVARANTEB- S A GA OILoy Vas also dented Yn.--.ami Itropolis. st.... Sold bl INDIAN II IUSIC HOUSE Ox _oszx z.




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THE FLORIDA STAR FrnDA NOVEMBER .u

O sTa '. IO DIC ps Governor of Wyoming


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.f"bate "*" -w As a Catarrh As An Excellent
a tCoean De. fito to Malad.o EaUedml Tonic
a.*.a'"D"L ....a...e.. .s. Remedy. Tonic
11:ofsagdings,~in lith maIt llghen entyOfbslse
to te l orid id-Wmter In- mee as te t
turaieml and State exposition. The tabmsowwtry the divi;e th. been me a late as pouni- diaila te. eod.L. w i le in order to allow the people all ,entry was s ita ma le to deeve co
S t hette prctible to discuss the er.
.oo, tendin to show that R. K comidk had depositedand tht be bad P.,5 suc
ThePhiadelphia North American aea tohe, whi h wasnot .
mes thatthe banks that take h g natad nb nte th lt had nc in prominent per bee deoted IlH.. Roeme. heraeo
ase of Unitedtates taury r eh depoit had been made. l friends who have ticates, amounting to $100,000,000, sea ,nt;cthiag,s per mont ed and endorsed Peruna
will be 19,000,000aheon n invest- o tr sofOSredis to that I feelfustified in ssummnt $~.000.000, which will be e omolidatd TNational Bk of New York, ig that it Is a valuable remgood for the people, of course, but which was faie.
logood r the muks The pe- eaO similaram ttotheemetn. ay for catarrh and an exple, sine the people are the govern- ad bee t drawn iot byth c t geneloidton
astwill reallybe payingthe banks Railwayo.. whenithadnot been dmwnt. John W. Hoyt
I6 per cent. interest, according to seont;.imilar entrye a a ut t of....ole n
pnnortodto haveeoendmnot ythyb Flor- Wfg a C, the North American's view of the iso- rtc ienatd(ro
lation the president, Mr. Cortelyou Mlst amot; reads certain moneys adl
sid their advisers have hit upon for funds. naiely. the esm of 3.390 by rocivina and dncautinc a recain pmmor ulae
the relief of the drrency famine. which w fate and forged. hearing the a-.
nature of C. W. Willard as manager, bwhi
From the wording of an editorial note for n was false and forged defend ago It State Capitol Building of Wyoming.
in the last isue of the Eau Gallie atwell new. lo ll People tarl thual. Catarrhal Fever.
Rerdwe are ledto believe that m simirtnasatin nfor a PEOPLEocupyingpositionsof high Whenapersonhasbeen reallyhelped Mrs. W. K I, adway, V., Recordwe are led to believe t p omie otemnade andrnby Chlar responsibility and trust are always in getting rid of some chronic malady, writes:
liditor Roech does not eorreetly n- H. Oarthid, aid deodantll knowing very bnasy people. after other things have fled, t is quite "Wh i wa- nlIf t 1.n d I r i derstand the plan the county corn- that midCharle H. Gartide w insolvent. Tey havr little orno time to devote natural for enthutulsm to lead people catarrhal r ad f r l e I I-. o nd a3ont;ona making false rttothe to th t id nes. to makeastatementof thefact, havehad catrrnt.oreI,,d mianoners intend to pursue in work* romptolerorthecurncy at elnoof business Itlathereforevery rare that sueh pe For great services, gratitude is nat- roughly n ics r. Iltn in.. I.r at
ing mule teams on the public roads. March 2. 197.tothe effeettttherewasl,- ple arewilling towriteestimonialstor ural. and no e Aflr, .
And it is only a wish on our part to 430.7 due the bank when ther was not that anything. Thit is the only way that it can poss- Peruna for t ,, r t .- i much. Then again there is a natural dif- bly beexplainedwhyttis thatsomany Iamentirelo weand ba I i ettm era fr beforethepeo- thcontformakinga faltereportto the deneein giving public endorsement to personsprominentinpublie,diplomatic health.
ple that we reiterate what THE STAR comptrollerof the enrrency on the cth of any commercial enterprise on the part and social life give testimony for "liannot pra I',ru :;
has said before regarding the pro- March. of people who are much before the Pernsa. Itwil d all that it r Sth oun for making a fae reportof h- public. Actual nefito do posed plan, which is to pace all the ies May 20th, 1907. as to the amount in the fle ldoremenlspl Peruna promptly relieves. Pe-rn-na Relieves Catan a team at work in one district at a bands of the rsa aent, are atpb- ThisL stheeplnaion. Mr. L. I k affet t-. ...
S time under charge of a competent t t lic eils, like governors, enagres- Catarrh is a disease diffienlt torelleve. arhall I t I N charge o a come t t: ir lsof akieo a faise rpt men,consuls, senators etc., give public A great many of the doctors fail to "As dcI. a, I eI a ,! I .f overseer or superintendent, which SMay.24. aItrstothe amount due thisnu- endorsement to a proprietary medl- relieve It. Grabottleof l lulla and It ..v :will do away with the overseersfor nation oll state and private inks and the cane. Gratitude R iealt. o otofmy v, n
each team, as mentioned by our con- lanker TratC and Osuins Ibu. It is therefore a great triumph that A few bottlesol Peruncure echronlc o -.
ethbount: forln int s fat icpurt )Iay o. Perona has the uniaflilil endorse- malady of many years tanding and itis Deapaired of Being Cured temporary;bywhichmeanstheogreat 17 ire tnther mou.t ofmonyduthilnuk mentor so many men in official posi alImostimpssibletorepre-- the natural -Fr ral s ar- I
est amount of work can be doneat atthcl, cofloi nrt. tion. feelings of gratitudewhih epringup. woll.and i airs t ..
the least expense to the county. 8hituoot;aimiht r'itr Fcoreof pohublic official of national Catarrhof Head and Throat hasth t =H I, : u- l, t
he th t thcount:asini ar i try reputation have enthusiastically de- Mr. Joseph Reiss, 3124 N. Ilthstreet, myfriendai- I .frt When the funds of that district have 3 lt: kinai cl rt of mne) clared in favor of Pruna in public 8t. l.ouis, Mo.,writes: years thuan I
been thus expended, the teams can at th chi-i of ht uo.n- printoyer and over again. "I hal ratarrh of the head and throat, A Last ResorT.
be used in another road district,etc., t tl for see false 'utryand ai" e'- e A Stali Pi gFact Put hrOena twoe o of tIalre msni o iAn a ail rbu le I "Ir ia Iis,. i, I
an theannalbdge all riiir. There is no way to a-count for ouch a crt p i -- :
and after the annual budget of all 3".d ~,n:fal, rbr as t ,,n slartling fact asthis except that Peruna ikthat Perunaiohebest tonic Iw
districts is exhausted the mules can ini r .lunt:.-le. fal,, repnrtil Ii a to liexraordinar unusual merit. tlat I hove ver usd and I aould ad I han .
easily be disposed of if it is deemed 3th oat; fa tIrprt ats ont ofr After all, people. hiih and low, are rie all catarrhal aulltrcrs to use year. I n money with r-erw, agont onsituted er luch akL. Prona.' al- i better to do so than to keep them over 33th iinot: -ouiu r pr. r.l ing
until another year. Let's all of us ait int:a imilar ihar Call for Public Meeting di.i.n I risod Ballard oI lh un iI 'r p 'ifgy, 'ob i-d & C .
bea little charitable in the discussion 317h caut: sinnilar iharie' Toth En rri lir, f I ar a,., I f t si k dn, v iie 000l oit lt fif rte irt r,'ni.tng a0ioi. An memhers of tiloo lnsin'cv brnl P .'icii ,,i irlln ftorior lTlen ,,rS.. of good road plans until the present f, ,iin no nir i r,-rt one has been tried and either proved 01. tional anl State expositi,n. which n. T- ,n- -n .r It i -excellent or found wanting. l t, a litar i. rr rfaii exsitioi is t on in Jicksonli i -41,rt m t January 15th. l9is. and c, lntinu( till '': .[- 0 Pineapple Growers' Meeting I h. r ret April 15th. and afntls i a p ,rIr, o , a. 1,,:O-.-. manent miid-wintr exp,,itirn f,,
At the meetingof the Indian Pii\er:,, -, ,.i.- Flrida, the unttio,olo-rl 0n r il& Lake W'orthPineapple gowers a-- of the alvisory ouard fr nl r t
sociation at Jensen WVednesday of Trt,llii-o i:tit ll 1ro i I .,l I. ...n.ntnl.m.icu r I .sll immndi(.i thait i
last week. General Agent E. P. Pair- R I "tuh'ii the it if lte or unty huild
SI cher read his annual report and same i :,, ii il ..li ,. o' i, n ,.r--. rIt-,, l I r u.-,'i il. tiou"(I. ri th, ,,. 7. f
was thoroughly discussed, esl- ,ially , --l i Fr 1)ec, ell r., t1 on k ,,
that part liertaining t the f. ). 1,. D :,- ,, k. crid'r th I, kia it -If ha. S
othod of shionlnt which proved a l.ai . .... - .i- ..i B O O KS
splendid succest.h t tl in -r the t, i th,The association shi!ped rv "t, t lst t. irc r :0nnd t, OI,
crates. for which the nmt 1 p in t I o im i in.. r that i l a

-luding allsesi aon .ii. the i int k il o niti S U P P L IE S
Taking the a.iag=e of the: <", h h'c V, .I
shipmn ..n. thb a, he I............ .lesale and Retail
iommi-sion m tn. i: ten percent., i a Wholesale arid Retail
121oonlyin a car. totnrti avoiiera, i- o. it it ,,- -. I- M.
lightly over $2.:01 and it was fund 1 t- h t tIf lI I I it. t
that Ohl 0-ri) -t I
sihoa : ti,\i.oiti,4o i la n t :,- Ali liHE 1-L. & W B. DREW C O.
hilher than th,,-.s, ld,,ut i +.,: lihd t'-i di
roi.h.fti: .ti..h .t1111h. 1 ... d dihu: .r lt I, if tiirr .itt-- -. JACKSONVILLE, FLA.
Out i 32 t mi .r ,e-l A, a
handled. about 21.11tll ilS a ii,
49s. which if bought by uy, rs i t r h tu I, ".Jm IflioI ito.r
froi g ro ers. th e p rc n e;l li -. t -.. F;y-ll -I: htt I4, i:fi ii t.I.r t ..
would have been lia;td t nteiand l tht. e nt ft 3 -tsth,
-ii Ii Il.,l .t M-. IBre'ar county, a0.t flit it ,-tfit
erates with no Il or maler siz a n 1 Br .. d.on. 1. .'Al. R. ft FLAIJ
fact that speaks volumes in far, of li, N v I ,. St
the association. H. S. \\1t
The meetng was a success in every U W nderful Ecaeu fr lfe r embers of the AI iT Fard
iway, and many men who have held vaini, rite1 i. f dans, i nrlta. fther Brviard Cunty.
aloof from the association heretofore I'. r. t r lioMte ir tctrsl T id t lr at
came to the meetingand were well ued. eo thln l niplotied ctoiltre- s always Was S -ick fa 'li- lf l tr-i 1,,r u % ca. nl t,,, ,
rod. \\' te" copiiycd ,,itfiec uforo Wiie a sians\ be laly5 oar. k.- few i-t f tnlu f- fyurnCc ilct. I satisfied of the plan that they an butno bernii r-eulte l y cha tne we troubid hlith acinlght that lted lo i in- want a ibarri f t-urI., auit f cllthcnr iia .ar'.i t !
nounced their determination towork read a ot El etrie BItters; btlgelt a hol- ter- Iwhat iuld vi think if h shlld send tff fo r it?
with ovation in the future tie d n ot i,rovment. We e never was- itk since usiog al
with the association in the future oninnd tis medicie until several Iorelond When y.ur Iw n needs help, or a sub-rJ]til fl i.
There willbeadirectors' meet botll uersed, when )lur boy was wanted., di, vu end t, thelo- merchants a ay frrm r,,rhn :,
called shortly to make plans for the :cn'lel cve." Bet of il hlod Mr. J. C. Cark, l ir ak fur it If not, WHY Supp- you d pay Ihth n
et.seon, which will probably be!edilon ati bol building health write "For y- I ea e.riltd itb for r god at home. you get it back. 'l i r .
nextseaon, hih will probably be. tonive Gurntod ait Titusville Pharm- a severe congh that would last all aintlr. helps pa taxes and aids in eve local cause.
similar to plans followed thin season sary and Itanner Drug Store. *. This cough left me in a miserable con-













a me THE FLORIDA STAR .

IFmel~ nopposiion. Mr. Blareid '"It is not to attmdthe danae he might later conference alone tht the governor Senator Jalsn stated that he goes to Baltimore, beut he him anp
wantedth position of railway com- pintment wththe comnnoisin Of miioner. He wa dinied in the agricure, who is verymuch interNok mians. prmestation of his wish and seemed ested in the drainage operations in
e asi t onventimn wrasa to hve made good impressionm. Florida. The general government
allll edit indetheeHmn. Next apirat for the position was has mlertaken a srveq of the Fllo-.
sr.Dun Mr.Dunudaprepared i Evergldes. A beginning w- Jas. Pritchard & Son
orspee which wa able and cate m ad e last winter and a corps will be


Mm wiA t- en time oneof themes eqped the atetnterprie,~ whi d
-I lad madeplendi pec me for the place. Mr. Jules Sao- been solong neglected. 'IThe two
f amkdnred MYorleltrh-. The mononthen spoke for twenty min- dredges, Everglade and Okeechobee Our Stock of
md ew by hi tes in advocacy of claims and elec- are at work in the glades daily, and
*a ., d eai e" byhish du tmnhmadete Guns and Snorting Goods : _j CLre at the conmuio of his
.b. cb asir.. th. intr- s aid s n h toe in or lose made, showing conclusi ely that the is complete at all times
de nor Brow who, for the ase maybe calculations of the governor and the t
fortminuteclaimedtheloestat- Hon.H.ClayCrawfordbeingintro- statechemist. Captain Rose, who is
*****=l f u > t i uacd said sa orate, br drain ert, p rentuin tl Paints and Oils of Quality
W, / logical deloqnsestfrombegin- would simplyannone thathe .as.. misplaced. Sofar as it has pro- Oils

te a nddate for re-election tothe office grassed the drainage of the glades is one of our Specialties
toh ere rumnft verwy vf secretary of state. This closed in every way uccesful. and if e Lies

applaudedheartily whenthegov- the ceremonies until after dinner, governor who follows Broward in of
aoIr fonibhed. Everythe hono one wholefferson f e or in the project the quotations for large or small orders will tof Browne was introduced and read an completion of his term will witness prjdiced admits the worth ai-slen
B. Bred. We predict thathe speech, and made a very good the reclamation of the drainage dis- be given personal attention. Mail Orders
Wil be rewarded by the people with npreassion. trict. solicited and promptly filled
usrhighest pobeyton thate state Then came GeneralAlbert W Gil- "Thenational view ofthedraiageTITUSVILLEFLORIDA
amferwhe hehas finishedis christ. He was in a happy vein and question, which is the view arrived
em o he chasr fnhed by his humor elicited much laughter at in congress, is favorable to drainCol. Martin of Brookville, an applause. age of the government lands, and it
poke for Judges Hocker and Shack- By request G. G. Mathews repre- is held to be just as much a governleord and made a fme impression. ented Hon. John N. C. Stockton and ment function to drain the swamp w. w.s...uer m EAST COAST MEAT MARKEI
He naed two good men who will in ten minutes announced that Mr. and overflowed lands as it is to irri- Jtrria, ns no. oo. o.
aed an opposition. Stockton would be a candidate. He gate the arid lands of the west. c mp s esn of pmeti. S. F. 3 Age, Svethen paid a just tribute to the candi- 'It may be a surprising statement ilioso, eS eef S Mer commmioner o a date of his choice, and the magic of to many that in the United States s Qot x r . Florida adi
lte was introduce d ande well re- Stockton'snamewasapplauded. We there are more than eighty million
feel that we hadthe honor ofan- acresofswampandoverflowedlands. trn
plause e received at its conclusion, bouncing the name of the next gov- If this area were reclaimed and di- _,he chairman rising, passed hiseye ernor of Florida. vided into forty-acre farms, there eat
te c Man sin, f lee Atthecourthouseatnight. George wouldbetwomillionfarms. Ifthese T a istafll ortee aines
oer the rwd asked if there G Mathews announced Mr. Tram- farms were populated with families i rtre infall for th wk in f al inds
with Mr. McLien for the position melland told the true story of his f five members each and they spent rtur infmi sio Ja. It, min
whih he now holds. Forjusta o- life, a story which, if made known to an average of $600 annually this H. P. Hrno. TITUSILLE, FLRD
which hn For just a in-I
Ment there seemedtbesclearfeld everyvoter of the state, he will be would mean and expenditure of $1,- Oicial nharg ,
it looked like Mr. McLin would have elected by the greatestmajorityever 0,000,000 andif the crop value My I et Friend TIME IS MONEY
n opitiot But that thought given tto any candidate in Florida. from this area amounted to sr much Al d T eto, o
nd t B h a K tf Senator Beard then took the floor as $2 an acre it would mean an in- ou l, Fortjl Y, y:o "r
e n the and made agrandspeech. Mr. Beard come of $2,000,000,000 annually. Kin, N,s Fiia isnllkrtli l

unbuttming his over-coat and at the sa logicalspeaker, and reasons well. Figures are not interesting bt it is a o
same time moving toward the pla He was much applauded. well to bear in mind that of the total i-"e of i(1ipiet immn fr y time moving tow the p Then came Mr. T. J. Laud Brown area of lands to be drained that Flor- so.'; Te irt ented lt frm. Yeo ,hewasoming. Head ril o, artid acr mlid.
found his heart and it rged him onwho said that Mr. Beard was playing ida has three million acres, and that e tlr ls s le o b ni found his heart and it d him on. to the galleries, that his fightingcor- this territory is even now being re- til she rf wll Ir. K s
might later g a i all porations and whiskey did not accord claimed, and will be added to the Is is pover so e co 1
focue chaieaoing eanme.. LadBrd a o t "ro' i i1i iMrs h at
this time Mr. Kilgor was looing with his record in the senate, to taxable values of the state if Brow- rendI hai ver kqualed it. F-ly p~ra
t brise Mr was in M demurred. Mr. ard's successor is of the same mind ad i Titsille Iharn a nr
kuprised whie he w gasg Brown came in for his share of ap- that he has." wt f i re r
nake p hisse mind. Mr. Knight, as
he spoke.was unconscionsof Mr. AtO a banquet at thRECIPE AS REPEATEDt
Aigore's ambition. Mr. Knight unsbanetaR OBBINSgr...h..... .........

that he might become candidate by various tables. The tREADER dining room w. mGRnAHAM eue i the first of the year, and as he st autified by the artistic arran0ge- DIgists Ih lIt Pnise f This i p FA l
don the ortyfo r ofd Brhe Ku- meant of palms, flowers and foliage of r r r i S
dow n theportly f orm of Brother K il- e in tRe .oul. aT Si pl e o ll Id e ol Rt re lom a m
gorewasseen to riseearin Ksmile the scene. The tables were a credit rrn -arksaistorie are aing Roi.] Tis ,opay s s ail rl
ithrsw ouldn't c ofMalore r to Ii nl e 'r an tr o ia~ga' in te hrchlia n r om ofi arn i- irivi msade agood impre.sion, and was reairan. ous we ir ihuriris hil ID f- n rr,a r tt i, i bu it is r,
quite humorous iv, his remarks. He sodd o ly r pak aaan sssrr---Iurrn-r-irt,,tr-ris5.a.. ..i
said, looking at Mr. Knight. he did Governor Broward ery ably l irg ier l their anddtll i r ,ar i tl.e,
not see why Knig hould t governor was especially ver r Ie n ,t hobLid trt daneloft n, PRICE TO r S, T THI' lIE Tlil r form esitini i byd his wit and humor he t. ann l undkarel l hrr crs f Tsen ,,r i .ii I1\ 1 I Il i that plaoe, tht M should hasc el- un hil tr tmilnlio ars an orrr r cugh 111
causd much laughter. A- thewri- iiiorl -teip-oe-sliairir e am Ori:eso 5- ,r ,i'- \. ii 5. leeted some stir,- position and left is cii, r'in-'r i s! -ifie sirti. ard ri that field f ir him. Mr Kilgore was e did t hear t trh ak N. nit n. e inet r 11
vigorously applaui. He. too. had The dterir lish itT osrii.atlin-. t 0 i. A. STEWART ... ....

They should s a ot an have n she coi ru tros S ri gr i unil lire pu i- s i n tr -r n i, i i pii-i 7, 1 The Sianrdard Se w i h Ma rh
ollowa y rsie ipodei d tors the alll i o h as' isie0 mir eveSnoabei. rs sell.
sense and suggested some impo rta
changes that cul br ilirde for tin cthe Gvsrorr i tros r n Inteit t l the iAe ar I rrw present ssome ror it cldio pn a Pl
betterment if thse schils. 'Th' a Subject of Drain ir- nies sr the rlr and any 0
splause he received iiater t hat c hie he rohi tht ihe in of t abin s tr .I t rl s ou f tr


asMr. Ho llod r he pll e to th e Fl:rida le'.lature, wub b a Ti' tclxn pusic ouse"titutvillr
call and mad a pirch full of gd NO EXTRA SESSIOa sET,; TITUSVILLE, FLORIDA




When Chairman Harris ask r.l if el fr thel f r. i,' i
there were any others whor isher i gis lies in rin b ii n RE I announce for state superintendent, ard attrdlng she N-ti-l' Drin n ai n m
Mr. Sheets came forward and, after age ergress. bein h!i, at riaiime fon h- "u
addressingtheehair, said if any other this wck. The m- rai
good man would run that he wubl sp'ch b'firk c that ul n Id es- ft I n dlr ri,
not enter the race, that he had tried day on the d irainag,, e n ifl the l- r a ul -it. f a ufut u-- r in
togehe U ni',l 'ta'is" skNiWALes PF see to Hews- ,ost
to g et P ro fessor C a rn or P rofe ssor g lad es say ,so i -ot in s si a s, so PA Y P R in '
Compton to run, but as they had not It may be regarded as certain that Biliosness and Con tion MAGC WH ITE SOAP. i r ..
seenfit todo that, he would enter th eo Ivernile nis t ik ia Fra s nis I i iii uw hl-,, tit ". nsh s a en insi isant ,'ri',


Mr. Sheetuwas bitter at times in his expected to have an extra se-sirn of sir. i l... ... Ir, s tality. s Ai. iIr o ... e. -'. c u5,e . o r i 't a n m .
rem arks whi h iis to be regretted. thelegislature on hishands, and since i p -r.tr i ,ll ,.a rtro -), i teore ..r t- i 5 e tr
After Mr. Sheets Mr. A.C. Croom the proclamation has not yet been isIoul ae bee rda ad I ,' ti
the comptroller, was introdued and sued, and since it will be issued in Lhu-s i n an. Ler Tb- MAGIC-KELLAR SOAP WORKS Ld i

spoke in such a manner s to win his the event of an extra session at least lit-. Tire thtet -lie the si fn forlins New Orleans, La. O~5i.rtOhi'
way into the hearts of most of the ten days before the convening of the pi, the tm to iLt ork natural- N t
people. Mr. Croom is the best type session it may now e n set down in It --. RI* t'lll l-. Biri ear Al Notice .m no t eTies tahie i s for me htw Tiirs ie No..r-i i S r i nut t ia, IN,uo f



t the old sou then entle and the pipe of the prphets, for slow Pharmy and Ia er Di tore. S Sore TT We ator n s th Ii V, W, ELDRE
tha e the best comptroller that smoking, thatl the extra session will HIrv. impii-rs bIIoo ms mudy tI-'iuttth ,i sd i,.
gthe states Florida aseverhad. A hardly he called, if at all, before the iinnmilexior, iiche tuSu. ess .... ti doe to the c-rare en- royhi trus..... Thi t,-Date Prter nd D-cttr.
etau h m kh o mn da .befd.o t h c I e h t? osp t ( lt .i0n tIU ILL IIOIDACF
ngitis-Cone y hoveyepanonedtfhis pay nA alenahas crrs says: iepuro r t Ex is o the 1 t ari TUSLEFOI

cng iott, weseelyhopethathemay ATallaaseeeor resondsent E seonteteofTT. l tn T IL FLOI





-, -"......THE FLORIDA STAR FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 29, 1907

Sstos BEST FOR THE d b +_* o ..r


@r= = BOWELS tIo n Where t
atomobiles through the east side to e heIs hotel. There he made a speech to bIavg by piamation de Iteaes .trmvemenerthe the assembled crowd and later lectured M T arlid, veet*ber 28, 1941, the Y. 11. Col. 1 a d the old s a lial day of Thanksgiving; tn tate emad the Walker mas cheered by
gi, therefore, pursant to established crowds of people. who turned out as if D oor O p e w
t CAND It were te coming of cirrus, e had tAT hen completed t80 miles of his our isirof the state of Plorida, do hereby tey. At Fredonia. N. Y.. where he lie C o n sta n tly
&dsate and appoint said day as ed at one time. many old friends greetsqkasglvIn day, and do earnestly to ed him. Ym ocan qui ht 6 gst that it be so observed through Retorm Sellinet tt Columobia. thnedr orlloldromea the state. The trnstees and the Unlverslt weather condibn
7be past year has been one of peace teer of Colur rin university otel a d ill you only hne fnow
Sprosperity. Both ur nation and dot the rules of rt you can have om a
War st ate hatve made steady progreot ?T IM CUDY Ing dTonted b the simplified y aDot Ing board. or at least 20 of the 300 Is n a people, have trodden the Aa ...... ag ngord. .... leost 20 of t 0 t to.
Uemtmhme. Wentneeae n lacIIbo, formed spelliom. this being the oumat of peace, and It has been our lot -hoh oO her favored In the Century dtiorry.
toabIde Wlthin the realm of plenty L PEFEC TIeN
Or cosmeree has steadily expanded, KEEP T0A L OLEM Man, Match, Gasoline and Laaunc.
sd ea h rising s n has found nus a The Sanford correspondent of th- 1 eater
eer the rallaUton of that ideal Times-'Union says: Mooday morning
commonwealth of which true state, SOCIOLOGICAL abot 1 o'clock. as Frank Cordella, ac (Fsipped ol d S ke l ud
ia all ages have dreamed, and in Italian fisherman, was entering one of
lke hope of attaining whkh our fore- We.n En ed. the boats of the Florida Fish and Pm you wouldn't he Without ne another hour. Turn the wick u lhin faers staked all that life held pre- The rent p o the temp due Company. a lantern in hand, the or as w a you th no danger-no smoke-no mall eles, and even life itself, in the fickle ancemoementespeially in the sth boat suddenly took fire from the lan ut direct inn I-that because ol the smkel ss devi
lottery of revolution and rebellion. was the theme of the opening address tern, being filled with gas. The unfor- iised m nc l mi p Oan-o
Our harvest has fulfilled the roseate of Mrs. L. M. N. Stevens, president of tunate man was soon covered in the menial Thebras hiont tds4 arts.
plade of the seed-time; our fields the Women's Christian Temperance flames and leaped into the water, by heat 9 hour It is l. t in wei tlaw yielded abundantly of shea and union, at Its recent annual onetio which act he ndobtedly saed hi aied m m room Every a oIe Ie t ahe oobdly hoed Ie s
Leee; ourorchards have ome to glad at Nahille. Tenna Each triumph it as he badly burnedme o ane otlone she iad, tas of national-t sot the nk, hed wad ae alo, bNec len agine and oean have helped to swell e, and the 600 delegates cheered wild- body. h -idal to re or the industrial resources of a happy and ly the proposal to carry the fight Into Others hearing the report of explod hbl b ade M f ass-eial pist. laest imcontented people. Our cities have the entire north next year. Ing gasoline, and seeing the flames, aed cral drat une. Evey lamp arranged.
grown in sie and magnificence; our Ranselt Pease Foundation. rushed to the scne. Cordella was *I I t daler does carry Pere 0ii Hater
harbors have been deepened and Im- The first assembling of the commit- taken out of the water. and every ef- an ayo Lamp Write ur neared agency.
proved; our institutions of learning tee authorized by congress to receive lort was made to stay the fames, but Wr DAIID OA. NOY5.r
have been Instanees where hope has and manage the prize peace fund d they were not stopped until one boat.
power for good; wise and equitable voted ts a e the Harney, as burned the sidewinder. resofdent latws have been enacted; honest toll velt. to the promotion of industrial the aney. bn ed, the sde 0 Ieate ndocctrd at Washingtonon the the Shipper Jack being burned. anT baa received ita well-deserved reward; Ih. Inl fonr of the neen trustees the Chloris being badly scorched. This and all things seem to have conspired w n pr _ent. hlief Justice Fuller. 8ec- last one was taken out of imminen' together for our.good. No pesatlence ret::lrie il t on and Strans and former danger by Jim Harris, who displayed has left its blot pon the past. No war Ma.or Seth 1Iw of great courage and daring. as he was itn lands mar our vision of the future. New York. Joht danger of being blown to atoms by the
Great opportunities lie al around us tio gasoline.wo p
tted trm attend. explosion of gasoline.
and greater ones pring into e tenen a t of On the Harney was a five-gallon can
t greater mosforng ino bexienome 1 h, It 1eenint or
at the birth of each new day. True it;u:s. The other of gasoline, which exploded. the flame It Is that misfortune has befallen some .nbne,,ntees sr shooting up perhaps 200 feet into the
of our citizens. There are, and ever IThotln:ts (. Bush air
have been, instances here hope has : :d H iaoinl Hugh- The Italian bad about $50 in cash in proved elusive and promise has been itt. The trustee s ieat Poet which was burned.
abortive. Into the lives of some the Ia It n ltpoh- urnhe l oat had been loaded ith
S iroan of sorrow ias entered like a piti- sth Lt, n mitt.e, with supplies for a trip up the river, and all
less sword-thrust, and the idols of three hI rnelir t 1-liit for I.- wras a total loss.
many hearts have been shattered in bor and three frot thi. teneral pnhtlic. The burned htat and those damaredspite of all that boundless love and un- Archbishop Ireland:ll. M:IS )1 Marks Iy fir were,, the property of the Fllor dying devotion eould interpose. These and ItRalph iley wer,. there to re,- ida Fish and Prodtce Conpany. (,. It are the minor chord in the music of reseit the Ipullblh. Sauel t:ot Gto Wlape r. krnanagtr. The ,damag,- is probe
or thanknie vng, but let us hope that ODnil J. KieefPr n;ld Iarre lt State
In te fullness and harmony of lift t. 1. C ary Ir -t1.
glorious symphony of praise each wil' d n-lined to erne. uel tn is TitT.- 1ite The State's Finance.
Sind its place. Even these misfor trust s named Franklin Ml-vea. h of The mothlt report oI HIl. W V.
tunes are not without accompanying i.n:-, Tie other to emlotlers are Knott. state treasurer fill with tna blessings. Adversity discovers to G. G. Ithrda. the "ottont manufttlrt'r otrnor. shows t alnt t i the tro
new friends. and sorrow brings to our 'If t mintrlntisu. Ga.. and Luc-tus Tutle, .r tte cvit o t eer taid true eomlades whom we had hithi- tn.il.t M te hanin ai nei ls at the cli Ptt [. 00w w nteO IO IenOn. nd ?nd tIdUctinnn:n: [tttout at thr' close of erto regarded as disinterested strange labor 0ttoimoioner Neill Acted as set- business. October :;1. 19.,7 ts tolt ers. The true man or woman grows retary Ill the llen e of John Mitchell. IGee.alt r,l e nj ft LII $ 1 5
better under the chastisemnent of grief: It was decided to ask cogtres to an- I' i usion tax fnrlt "
failure points iti,, ay to stress. and thorioe the trustees and the conmmittee Rt, i ,, t bor tf h e
sorrow leads to a nobler. higher life to act as one body. inc l sh
Whatever else may be said. there are I f 1-1T 7r,1
Sone bo ra n gains that good oh Cures Blaood, tin Diseases. Cancer it a to,
outweighed eil: that there haIe b-t Greatest Blood Puriher Free
more smiles than tears: that the sun II your blotd + i.nle. thiin. iit .a-,' s b ti
has shone oftener than it has been hot tr ftil f huIoe t. f to h: blot ..... For sale by the
obscured; and that cnscinti,,n nff.rt -in ,-Ranter. eIrbtunesi ni-at ag ,
for good has been rewardedl oftn ,,-i et. IAlt -o k.i,, e .I ,,o il 1 IN D IA N R IV E R
than it has been disappointed. nt., tnn atsm or ann blotl ( I
For all this good which has f:illn It kni dnita.-, tak linitti In,,,d latll
i,,,i, ... ..., t,,,-, .,......... ... a .. ...., .M U SIC H O U SE
our lot, and for all tiheI iin .d t i h M U S C H O U SE,
ise with which tthef T on .n mot r I ieo tt !o,. iib t -, p I t.. t m que. I rt ., -' -, Ianto -t1ot,,t
..to nerwo u nnstttnotrl .1 .< i I .i i t .n r TITUSVILLE. FLA.
rirt 'p .ld ,r r,- t :
,iouig tt out 0 n i,:1 ttt n- "'i'
their uisual voations :i L e, i ih
their hoen atn o n ooeti- c1m. o I
worship, 'ie thank .1 ,i T LANEO
forf his t ,n m : a i
(of"r d upo 1. ,n White House.




N r A 10. 1 l_ A Work of Art



H. CLAY CRAWFOpRDr N. c a.f l7lti I: P A



LINGERING COLD li n i

Withstood Other Treatment But B s
Quickly Cured by Chamberlain'. T lI
Cough Remedy f ::' : i t
"LIa-t otintr ] tatoa very 'rr..aba tine qlit. l nrplor earik i -- .r. a int For Over xty Yeaita a atirng
tuCghwasvery dry all h Th trrissf e t 1 a p Pn r n. eYel: ;
1 ca1 ealer r emndeI Cham erlain', at hl h, in Nw Y,,rk Nov 1 r rt\tTrI b ,nr Tau
Cough ellledy and naranti teeti it, o I roiti l a i0 r. on telie.d to have t I r.o.i lo".
gove it t tril. (In nlrllin ntItle of it I,0.tl atlt id'ttitl. SIr tton-nv..r,'n- whnntn atd hay, lhl Alt m,,-., ncat- iwhth )


Pharmacy and Banner Drmitore. andil that his assets ould d te oferr medial d For Sale to
B nIsth me llli poileIto 0 igillr d. dt in enlotrlnd A.k to re r oor no
This remedy i for o hTlnn e o th t his asl oth eCed the littletifern ..... ot r n T o. tC, For Sal A



SI~s Portlal-C hieago Walk. eopeienbed I a I e- .1 THE Pot, Cv 4, rmn rkle greeting when he rah- eril tooat Ie .






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THE FLORIDA STAR


FA~DAY O V MAW


POLITICAL


1f the current leset t am
P -_ mes W. J. Bryan makhs a dedtlte
empamaet at his peales an the ques-
e-' of the pursiamtlal candidacy. He
'- that hitherto be he a reftaaed
S-ft dbwg ag the availability oft 4 -
g-" or other l am"emats Irbecame the
y J abeamt. have allthe light poesile
rl the celanliate beam at the plat-
Igag made to St the existtaing eCONl-
.& Now that this years esctims
me piast be feels that a statement is
a s to the pawt as well as to himself
.4in account of many false reports Ia
drelulatin.
Mr. Bryan decades that he will not
Ss. for or seek a nomi action aor a
Ssme to decide the
questile of his anll-
abMIy, but that "ib
-he am serve the par-
:. ty by bela gIts can-
Sdid ate hbe will accept
the commission and
make the best fghtb
he can." If. however.
the choice falls upon4
". another "he will not
be disappointed or
SJBrya disgruntled." He
says hs availability Is to be decided
not by him, not by a few leaders and
not by the leading newspaper, but by
4; the voters of the party. He says,
S urthwr, that be has not been waiting
.to e who the Republican nominee
Should be nor to ascertain the chances
ato victory. No matter who the Republ
liceas nominate. whether a stand pat-
ter or one favorable to reform, the
4 Democrats must make an aggressve
ght. He believes the prospects of
victory for his party areexcelilent, but
the action of the party -cannot be
made dependent on the prospect of
success." If the party believes that
Bryan's nomination will help It he will
4 accept. whether the prospects point to
defeat or vietory, for a defeat cain
ring no disgrace where the cause Is
a just one.
His final word Is that the campaign
will be an appeal to the public con-
science In view of the recent luvestli-
*gations which hnve shown the corrupt
use of campaigai funds contributed by
corporations which thus sought -to
convert the government into a business
asset." He says his party can make
1o promises to such corporations., for it
would have to betray the voters. "aus
the Republican party has done." No
one should favor his nomination un-
less the party is willing to opeln i:
boo.is and show where its contrilm-
tions come from and for what the mutll-
ey is expended. An apipel to cou-
sclence is politically expedient as well
as t-ornlly rii.ht. :as the untiot:nl colt
scene hais;i already henu arousedd an:!1
tilthe oters educvailed to the nec !esity ofr
a re..orl that will makte t!its 'oivern-i
Iuent again a governneit-lt of til tw
l!e. )y the ewpLe and for the iwolule
Johnson Nct a: h'-.


der no i Iircail -t l," f i it.* t. a n :
dil .te for thi* fir.-I :'i'n.-;" ;:il tl i t:
4"'levet'c :'Ini -%- ;'.t, er;l;.-;-'- ,,*" his a!.;iy :;

Iut thl" i--::7e Iti:'. r-nt ;:tlr.s i
That A-it;'. U!. I:.< "*rlus d :lil ii l iI ;
tl.i:i-< :.) -;-:. a ; at la.y igat. riU ,;s or


4 'S


A.b;r-a i-L:u;e V:tcz Dr/.
The .\I:i.::-!:i h,,'.:;:- of ri-iare..entl:-
tires ;a.Asel !te ge;ieral .i:e pr.ohil'il
lion bill. Itloh;;e : it 1 \:3s i'a, i. '.-li
in the *:. ver:'or.s -a" ftor t Ci extra S*es--
sion. The vote w:is *0; to *-;.
Wou'd I.'.2aks roa.3vc". KiE.c.
i'Pr.e.ssor .1. P'. DIrake in the law de-
a,:tr.i:-t : af thle I'niversity of .Mihi-
gall .I.::r led his clJ.lss y l 'saying that
he would favor electing Roosevelt
kin- that he might have a free hand
in the solving of the corporation prob-
lemi.
Roosevelt Four Years Hence.
Representative Sibley of Pennsylva-
nia in a published letter says that aft-
er a conversation with the president
to June he was convinced that Mr.
Roosevelt meant Just what he said
about not accepting a nomination next
year. but that four or eight years
bence, "bound by no pledge and in vio-
lation of no unwritten law." doubtless
he will be ready to respond to any call
for public duty.
Anti-Bryan Plettere Busy.

A conference between Roger Sulli-
van. Bryan's openly avowed enemy In
control of the Illinois Democratic or-
ganization: Tom Taggart of IndUarma
and Lesder Murphy of New York city'ls





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Tamaiay Eall at. Mount Clemes,
Mich.dL, was generally understood to be
the rst open effort to bring the anti-
Bryan forces of the party Into effective
action. ,
"Thlrd Ter Talk Treseon."
Editor Wattersoe of the Louitvflle
Courier-Journal. better known among
the paragraphers as "Marse Henra "
says there is one ray of hope for the
Democrats next year even under the
anbuas of Bryan's ewedidacy. It
arises out of the single menace to the
country which shows Itaelf acres the
national borkon-that is. the. much
heralded, much denied candidacy of
Theodore Roosevelt for a third term.
He asserts that all the buccaneers of
partyism. the opportunists and-adven-
turers are lining up for Theodore; also
the Incense burners and hangers on.
Then he adds that "the very talk of a
third term for Mr. Roosevelt Is trea-
son" and that "the people will rise eo
masqe, especially In New England. and
crush It as a giant might crush an egg-
shelL" On that one Issue he thinks
Bryan could defeat Roosevelt.
Central American Peace Confab.
| Delegates from five Central Ameri-
can republics met with Secretary of
State Root and Ambassador Creel of
Mexico at Washington Nov. 14 to dis-
cuss a permanent peace programme
Speaking as the temporary chairman.
Mr. Root told the delegates very plain-
ly that hereafter something more than
fine words and promises must be given
and that the means for enforcing a
peace agreement must be supplied
which would hold responsible those
who might violate It. The Implication
was that the United States government
would supply the necessary force. Am-
bassador Creel echoed these senti-
ments-
Hughee Starts B. nk Inquiry.
In view of the recent serious bank
crisis in New York city Governor
Ilughes has appointed a committee of
six prominent bankers of the metropo-
lis to investigate the existing condi-
tions and recommend needed changes
in the la*-. The committee is headed
by President Hepburn of the Chase
National bank and is to report by DIec.
15. The members have agreed to serve
without pay.
The Coin Inscription Issue.
In res oonse to numerous criticisms-
of churchmnen on account of the ab-
sel(nce of the motto "lin God 1We Trust"
,in the new ten dollar gold pieces. I'res-
idlent Ioo.sevelt in a: letter lipulishi.l it,
Nov. 14 papers assuledl full res.iMen
s.ilility for the omnissio n and Z;ive hiW
r.:;z::iI tIlherefor. l-'irst lie said they
had found no anthiority in l;iw feor puti
thia tlhis motti m oni lti '1ins. Still l,-
iiimghilt lls;ve followed thlie -cu.stiomIii l;i
lie approved of it. o f (-oeiir.s. hI
s:ivs. lie will lhiw toe lhe will of (coin-
gt'(.s. louit his c-onivic-liirn is lh:it llhis
Iuse of lthe expres-siol "Iniot only' doe i,
Sm-el. hut ili aoes Ipositive li.rina andl is il,
effect irr-ve-reu g ,r .:: ::'. se to s. -riloEc." -xl ;ri;
i'!-;" .-:'\ s. hI <-'li;ltilln es. ltl:1i theI ot-


41il t!!.. s:ile .:1i." lhit thik !'wtt- r was\
nil3l '4- ,:.ii ,li,- I :lllhm :ll ,<-,'i !V 3i!i '!e o oel
lh.- .:;. -'.*>':i. l -iv.--'c 4 of N :-.v York hlaI!
:l ii'::" !''. tl<- 1, sill !the -I ll ,-" l :llh l
; e1<0;e-W 1. 1:1 1 ?1|. I re-< Iatlli.tii pi ,ot.-t
ii ; I !. h. : 5le:'- ;;i t saI I i;.-- II"t ,t
i r? c1 .4 ; f; i i s < ; a!I I I ; I V I


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-lecc: Civil S:-vice Reform.
.1.. 'i II i'hi,;;.t. l -i< lm-.'im .-h I' :. ': f i': ':,! 1 1,. *l 'i il '1r -i .,

I. .i- '! ,r hi- lll l-ln ol -i\!
r O i'-, !M;iwws iinI rii'C'.-

COMMERCIAL


have cost $5.000.000. Barely more than
10 per cent of the government loan has
been paid.
Banks Issue Few Notes.
The refusal of many Important banks
to ssume notes up to or near the limit
Imposed by law. as requested by See-
retary Cortelyou. has greatly displeas-
ed the admin*'tratlon, and In confer-
ences with New York bankers the
treasury chief made- It known em-
phatically that in future sueh banks
might expect no consideration in the
way of government deposits. &t is
pointed out that the national banks
might add $250.000.000 to the available
supply of currency If they would take
the trouble without exceeding their le-
gal limit. As a matter of fact. the new
Issues to date amount to only about
$15.000.000. the bankers being unwill-
lang. to pay the small tax collected on
sueh notes.
Secretary Cortelyou began the with
drawal of some of the government de-
posits In national banks in the east.
but this was more than made up at
New York by the arrival at more gold
fro& Europe. Importations of the yel-
low metal continuing In' spite of the
record rates asked by London. Berlin
and Paris bankers. American bankers
also began to draw on Argentina and
Mexico for gold shipments. J. P. Mor-
gan & Co. were arranging with the
Bank of France for $15.000,000 at a
premium for bills against actual ex-
ports. Some of the big banks at Chi-
cago and other interior cities have ig-
nored New York by drawing gold di-
rect from Eurolp,. but New York banks
have sent more than $12.000.000 to
western lKoints.
Vaudeville Deal Denied.
A. I- Erlianer. head of the theatrical
trust, has denied monit emphatically
the report that his vaudeville caOilpaini
had een abandoned and a deal made
with the Keith people. although le ad-
mitted that the latter had tried to buy
him out

I LEGAL-CRIMINAL

Powers Again on Triai.
A.t (;eorif gtowiI. Ky.. l;st week Caleb
E. Poi'we,-s for il f- utiirlh time was
Ila:et.-i d oni trial r-!;ar:irl with com-
plicity in the lie nihr.tl" ;Goverinor Goe-
ltel. tlhe ailte-mplt t ~et tihe caste remlov('ed
froeimt the state court to federal juri-sdl
tion having fail
ed. Powers. who
was time IReiuhi-
licaii set-retary-
of state uider
fruner (;'overnl
or Taylor. has


eight nli:th'.
has Ie en (-o (!
vi(ted I three
1 lies. s 5-laeni tel-

onore mitod t, if
iu p1ri .ll6 let .I




i.ig lb<<* i i' 'r- -
eIl b-y then II ,f
- i" -r';:., s. Ii i-s t :1 e-l;:iinie 1 tha.
. :,*N P...r-s or To:2 shoI *11-- 3
1i'i it iis l -!,i' t!! ih,- ;..t;l


x si ar- s 't i; r: te" i : -
4 I-. .;" t" 1 ;i.- Si .- i: tl .I -; ', .1


' V ;. .', a:''i r:- ,'f :l:H' :i-"'l i irm --'
.ri E-.d'cy P ers. s iy.-
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Express Companies' Agreement.
IPefore tlh New V..rk st.tic 1ut.!i,


Cuna.d Liners For Canada. .*rvi'e r.omil;i.-in :i i- I.res.-a:i:I li\e ,:
TIhe ;r:niil Trunk railroad is said to iihe ':.i:* l .i;Stat-s l-:xp;mrss *-o i:i'.i
hi:ve<' iidle : a deal with the I'tmu:(tr al itt'd L adii thd l tli st is e ao, ipany. eI etoI-in.r-
Stea;ihi-liii, c iiipany feor a line or will tlhe .\dlms an1i Aniieriin i Expres.s
sIeantiers fromi .iverpool to Can.ada. -..o .- aniiilies, had formael and im:intaiiuiin
as to afford an all British roliute for a ---ouilmmunity of interests" without
jiassen ie. and freight tratilc between whic-h their stocks woulil toe worthless.
England and the orient, tl'e-ause the companies concerned woultl
The Exposition Deficit. le at the mercy of the railroads.
The receipts of the Jamestown exiao- Oregon Bankers Arrested.
sition from visitors and ooncessionaire' Preshldent Thornton. Vice President
are now estimated at 1.000.0W0. and 11111 and Treasurer Berkhardt of the
this foreshadows a deficit of something defunct Title Guarantee and Trust
over 3.000,000. The buildings alone company of Portland. Ore.. which went


Into receivership last week, were ar- W
rested later and held on the charge off W
accepting deposits while knowing that
the bank was lunsolvent. This in Ore- a t a
gon Is a felony punishable with $1.000
-ie and two years Imprisonment. Th It
Burlingtm Fine Affirmed. To have the pains and achesof a
The federal court of appeals at St. back removed; to be entirely fea Aw
Paul has armed the Judgment of the annoying, dangerous urinary dimeaan es
circuit court of western Missoori for is enough to make any kude -sah
$105.000 against the Chicago. Burling- grateful. To tell how Ihteiealt h eae
ton and Quincy railroad for rebates be brought about willJPwe ooIorti* S
amountlift to $146 on a shipment of wordto hundreds of lonsm reade.
lard fromnKasas City to St- LaouIs A. Oerting, saman, of 419 L 1., m-
lard from Kansas City to St Lo mecola, Fla., tells how to do it. le mays:
and the east. "From my experience with Doan's Kid-
Banker Walsh on TriaL ney Pills I can atroagly recommend
Former President John R. Walsh of them to anyone in need of a good awdi-
the defunct Chicago National bank enedfor the kidney5k. dn epMl.ast
faced a jury on the charge a avng d backacheicaused m inzinmg at im-
faced a Jry on the cha of bars teal for years. Therst or second e-
wreked h bank thetack I did not mind, but s time wet by
funds for his own private enterises. they grew wore and at tines laid me iup.
In opening. Assistant District Attorney I could hardly walk and it wwas ddiltalt
Dobyns said the government would matter to straighten after stooping while
show that the defendant had taken the kidney sec etion were irregular ad
from the Chicago National, the Equl- unnatural. Doan's Kidney Pills cured
table Trust and the Home Savings $14.- me. From personal experience I know
000.000 and that watered stock to the that this remedy can he temeaed upon
amount of over $25.000000 had been to fulfill te representation meade or t."
issued, voted to himself and then sold For sale by all dealers Price 50 cent.
to these banks. The sums thus real- Foser-Milburn Co.. Buffalo, New York,
sole agents for the Uaited States.
Ised w&e Invested In dummy compa- member the name-aDon'-and
nes said Debyns. take no other.

SSCIENTIFIC The most unique theft on record a.
SI Trenton. N. J.. was committed recently
A erlane'a Circular Fliht. when a man entered the house of Mrs.
Henry Farman has continued Is Catherine Illttle and stole two cana-
maHenry Farman hat continued his ries from their cages, says a special
marvelous fights at Paris with his dispatch to the New York World. Tlhe
famous aeroplane built by the Volsin ipoleeman to whom the case was r-
brothers on the general plan of the porte sai t was "a ird of a theft.
Chanute soarer. Before a great and
wildly enthusiastic throng of people hlie A oiablU emedy Owr Croup
repeatedly manevered his machine -
one kilometer In a complete c le. re- M R nthal, ofue
gan. m.l: "w e have uned Chamberlaiu's
turning to the point of departure. This Cough Medicine for ourselves and child-
was regarded as a demonstration of ren for several years and like it very
practical aerial flight by machlu.es mnch. I think it is the only remedy
heavier than air or without the aid of for eroup and can highly re'uanmend it."
gas bags. The machine first rolled For sale by Tittuville Pharmacy and
slowly alone the ground on its four Banner Drug Store.
pneumatic tired wheels. then as the
speed increased from the action of the a
propellers the big winged thing shot C A 'T| l 1
off into the air at a gentle angle, all a u mwu
the time Mr. Farman steering with 1'1 I-a s ian Chwi.
apparent ease and coutifdence and keep- KIM Y M AIne *W
Ing an even keel and a steady course
to the turning point and lack. Bears the .
Differ About Saturn's Rings. 81 fligneta of
The view advanced by Professor
Percival 1.Lowell that the "knots" re-
cently dii. covered fi tthe rings o.f Sat
uirn indti-;ate that the rinigs ;ire ;aM!liml
is not actu'lt ed s ly Pirofesso.r lSillilnl
Newcmiul r I "o *, \':;.sliiitu-;. w-l s;iyl
that Struve llore hll:tm half a century
ago lirooMtiinded tel theory of the fall-
lug rin.s (l Sauliurn l;;ia:cd upon early
drawii.-.g- cnpaiiiiroai with hilte ues.
Xewiv'(-!ii.I.ai 0 Ila.3 1. Z- Mr!e 1now viewv-
ed almost edeigwise. so that it is imn
possible to disiinmi.Ish one from uan-
other. lie pr-fers the theory put fo4rthi V
by Clerke-Maxwell sixty years ago that
the small satellites which comNilose the
rings s:linuelimies crowd together. Pro-
fe-ss:.r I:rashe of Pittslourg agrees with
Newtcomb.
A Good Liniment
When vou need a g,.l reliable lini- FRIEND TO FRIEND.
ment try Chamberlain's Pain Blalm. It R 1
has no soi(erior foors rains andi swcellings.
A piece of flamnel slightly dinmpent-l The personal rucommendati,-.,i ,,t p. -
with Pain IBimal is suiserior toIo a loh.ter pie who have been cured of t,,uh- .in.
for lame hack or pains 1in the idl-e or colds by Chamberlain's Cugh R ,int.iv
-hest. It also reliev.-s rheumati' Pi0" have done more than all else t, iu.3Lt a
Allne i-nakt-s sleep :idl rest i'pssible. ir
sale by Titiiville Pharmacy anid Banner staple article of traie anl contm rce Ac,
Imrg Store.. a large part of the civilizud wurld.



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GS F THn ality Shoes LATEST. NEWS Special Sale at iMe's LOCAL GOSSIP
Ofwha ue s r new gown i AD iIDt AD PERSOI
?1o-po t ft? Yet how much worse RHM AMONDAY, DECEMBER 2, 190Yl. a
BjM m 'yor ft? e th mc wrif they don't fit. Your AfUdU AI PBR
ywi I sheom if they t Pml Silkm- in bpotiful plaids,
ruI n brlalg to 21ta '-c P>uul Pprgra feit Hple that speciallgoodfora 'shirt wais t tg Atst the Pople of TRt
in atT eat shos to leave this iand Srens dream Monday only, ii0 TheyCm ude
.s Teor eate a n't osh iT leUvs this T Im M r 25 cents per yard.
Speelal bargains in me's thing at other remso why we sell EE Mrs. Dener is having herboarding Black taffeta silk, heavy quality, Jas. E. Alexander, of DeLand was
mee'. QUALITY" ahoes, for better fitting house panted this week, Win. Maieris every yard guaranteed, special in town Wednesday.
Mr. L F. Spener went to Jackson- shoes never were made. That "they doing the work. B roile, 44 inches wide bean- irs. Zora Brown will spend the wia-
m Tbeadiay for a few du"' stay, re- fit where others fail" s proverbial. The double daily train service and tiful quality, worth $2.00 per yaid, or with her niece, Mrs. J. P. Turner, in
dy.e a this with some of mails are great convenience to the Monday only, $139. Same in bue. New Smyrna.
Mr. rt Watt, of Clifton, has gone ceived We arry the largest and bines men and the traveling public. Ladies'uffy ruffle belts, in elastic Doctor Miller, dentist, expects to visit
parteip at Daytonamwith a Mr. best stock of shoes shown on the East Miss Helen Miller left Wednesday af- orsilk, or plain, an entirely Palm Beach and vicinity the first of the
ama, ash, oysters and elam. Coast for men, boys, women, child- ternoon to spend Thanksgiving with her new lot, Monday'spe coming week.
A a igrom. and woman were brought re and infants s sister, Mrs. L. A. Peek, at Melbourne. derskirts, with shirred flounce, worth Mr. Johnson, of Jacksonville, rept-
-fie MXeme beach Wedesday by s and every uanteed. Work on Dr. Daniel's new concrete $2.50, special $1.49. seating the Gulf Refining Co., was in
i Brown and placed injail mde the best at the most rea able price. building is at a stand still awaiting the Half wool and cotton blankets, ex- town the first of the week.
S geptadultery. WINSTON S BRANNING arrival ofthe machine formaking thetra large siz heavy weight, worth Mr. Eugene Berge came down frm
INSTON S. BRANN G $3.50, special 49.New Smyrna Thuray of last week
iving ex i were .held in itusv Florids. blocks.wool California blankets, silk New Smyrna Thursday of last week abd
wn pubf school Wed dfay-fte rno, F Mr. and Mrs. Harry Wilson went to bound 104s worth $4.00 special visited with friends here till Sunday.
a wI.e the school chMldren are tak- Jacksonville last Saturday to spend a 4L Mr. Henry Pritchett, of Jacksonville,
lg a vacation until next Monday. |W. BROWN II CTED y aon friends in that city, re- White Marseilles bed spreads, ex- is here looking after business affairs
Mis MyrtleWillard went to DeLand turning Tuesday evening. tra large size, worth $3.00, special this week. His brother George is at
Wednesday to spend Thankgiving with f w g lg p Aliu Harry Wray, of New Smyrna was $1.99. / present up in Georgia.
hw parents. She will continue as asi Jue hauled up before themayorof tha town Flannellette suitable for kimonas, Hon. Minor S. Jones went to Kissim-
saint to TaxCollect Hallithis winter. t Wednesday of last week for abusing his inendless variety of patterns, wor mee Monday mor Joning to hold court in
a W. S.n to Tax Cxth l w toe.u, Fa [ wife, and was fined 1.00 and ts. 25 cents, Monday only, 19 cents per yee Monday morning to hold court m
W. was tot FS ert wife and was fed 10.00 and costs yard. Osceola county and from there will also
Mianel Sunday afternoaa to appear as a f AsMts, Etc. County Commsisioner J. M. Osban left 54-inch broadcloth in all the latest hold fall term in Orange, the two prob-
witses before the federal grand jury in Sunday for Atlanta for the purpose of shades including blacks, navy brown ably lasting two weeks.
e W. M. Brown case, reaungTues- to'lo Mty afndi the federal buying the new road equipment for Bre- and red, worth $2.00 a yard,.special Miss Mabel Whitacre went to her
day. against W. M. Browa, charged by the comp- vard county, to consist of twelve mules $1.25 a yhrd. home in Melbourne Wednesday to spend
MN. T. Roy Puckett, of Cocoa, was a taller of the U. S. currency with misapply- and six dump wagons. tinouis ifro $1ahard Thanksgiving with her parents. Prof.
passenger Wednesday for Wash;~. ing funds of the Fort Dallas Nationai bank. Thanksgiving was observed in Titus- ials patterns copied from high price Overstree and Miss Teeter are the only
where he has accepted a position ithe while president of that institution. ville yesterday by the closing of the imported arpss goods, special 19cents teachers left in town until school starts
government printing office. His wife The indictment carries with it 4S specific business houses during the entire day, per yard. up next week.
nd little son will follow later.o:s, thoughmay ofthecounts refer or wih a prevading Sunday quietness about Ladies', misses' and children's A petition signed by a large number
Coan. J. H. Allen left Saturday on a tfa entree san, i a everything, except at night when a most ready made coats, endless variety of of citizens and business men of this see-
business trip to Jacksonville and other report to the comptroller. fl report to the enjoyable hop was held in the opera latest tyles, prices more than right. tion, setting forth many cogent reasons
points in the state. He is keeping the directors of the bank, etc. The indictment was house. R. & G. c orsets, in all the latest for continuing the Titusville-Artesia
treaportbst heterbusythesedays elely typewritten and embraced about Mr. and Mrs. Joseph C. Kent, the models, with supporters, worth $1.50,has been forwarded to the post-
carrying lumber from this place to the page. each count being specially -related as parents of Mrs. Percy J. Robottom ar- special orderspromptly filled on ay office department aWashington.
canal for the Outing club. todate, nature of trmaction,amoult involved rived in Titusville last Sunday afternoon of the above goods. Capt. and Mrs. P. Nelson, of South
Mrs. 0. A. Quarterman returned last .No to spend the winter in our city. Mr. JULIUs KUNE, Titusville. Titusville, arrived from the north Wed-
fro a_ visit t he dagher, No indictment was returned against Mr. G. and Mrs. Kent sojourn in summer by nesday afternoon, accompanied byMas-
Priday from a visit to her daughter, Oomph, cashier of the Fort iallas National the sea on Marthas Vineyard, where they Stockton and Gilchrist nesday and little Miss Ellen accompand a ladys-
Mrs. A. H. Johansen, at Moultrieville, bank. a used also of wrong doings in cotnne- have a cosy cottage. We extend an ter Karl and little Miss Ellen and a lady
S. C., and spent the first part of this Uonu with the management of the ank. Hi., t It is reported in Tallahassee that R. friend, who will spend the winter with
week with her friend. Mrs. M. Simon- case will probably h e taken up by th. grand hearty welcome to Mr. and Mrs. Kent, Hudson Burr will in a few days with- them. Their many friends here gladly
son, ere going to her home at Chester jury. if at all. at the next -sesion of court. and hope they may have a delightful draw from thetrace for governor and welcome their return.
Shoasi house of refuge. Pleads Not Guilty winter on our coast. support Stockton. Mr. Chas. F. Trotter of Washington,
M W Mr. Brown, with his attorneys,. Mers ,t. -Burr announced in order to defeat Mr. Chn. F. Trotter of Washington,
Mr. W. V. Cartergives uphis position M. Robbins and Alex. St. (lair Abrann. was FURNITURE, DRY, GOODS,SHOES Browne, whom he claims hasa record D. C., assistant superintendent to the
-.uperintewdentof theExtract factory prt-ent in court when the indictment was From now on at Gardner's you will unfavorable to the interests of the first assistant postmaster general, divis-
on December 1st, and will return to presented by District Attorney Cheney. He receive with each CASH purchase, a people. ion of salaries and allowances, was in
Port Orange, where his family moved a was immediately arraigned and ph-ad not ticket. When you have $25.00 worth, Mr. Burr proposes to strenuously Titusville last Friday on official business
few days ago. Mr. Spencer, the owner guilty to the indictment without the rt-adiug you can obtain a high grade talking fight Browne, however, and has al- and while herearranged for the renewal
of the plant, is expected to arrive from of thesame.,and was allowed to go .n thlesate machine on the most liberal terms ready got the gentleman from Key of the rental of the present quarters
Boston this week whenithe future opera- bond that had been riven before r. S. (.em- and at a fraction of regular price. West to explaining his record. occupied by Postmaster Taylor for the
i of the factory will be decidedssioner F. H. Rand. Jr. at the time ,of his It will interest YOU. Mr. Brown was formerly what wa occupied by Postmaster Taylor for theanother year.
arrest early in July. By consent of the dlist- Chas. A. Gardner 'Phone 34 known as a leader in the 'straigh- posoce or another year.
Church.oh ts rict attorney Judge Locke allowed defendant ',* out" faction. In recent years he has On behalf of Mr. J. K. McDonald.
coounel 15 days in which to exanmi. time in- OAK HILL declared himself to be a "conserva- receiver of the defunct Fort Dallas Na-
Services at Presbyterian church Sun- .ienmeut, change pieAs ifdesired, as t, certain tive." and in his first race for railroad tional bank. Mr. Jos. A. McDonald. of
day evening at 7:30 p. m. couun ts and file thiiransiwer thrett. The iron rails for the Ariel Lumber commissioner he bitterly attacked Miami, has been appointed receiver for
day There will be nng at 70 servi. in the Ba- The title the indictment and u e of Co.have arrived and the shingle mill Henry E. Day, his competitor. as a the Halcyon Hall Hotel Co. in order that
tist chre wilurch, Titusvilleori Sunday nextthe vari eountsdithentaneare afosuta.w: will soon be in operation again. "corporation man." Now. Mr. the hotel can be opened up for the com-
Dean Robottom will conduct service Indictment by Counts Agent L. H. Vrooman and family Brown is alleged to be in the same ing tourist season There is every pro,-
Sino Sunday morning at 10:30 The grand jury of the United states in,- are away on a vacation and Mr. A. box by his former allies. ingt that the hotel will bes leasery under
The Presbyterian Sunday school will pannle. sworn and chard at the term P. Jones is agent during his absenceA. ilh t is gainingstength the care of a receiver and under order.
be reorganized next Sunday, Dec. 1st., a*freesaidofth-ourtaforesaid on their ath-' John Henry Thomas, one of our every day. and that-the contest will from the judge of the U. S. court.
at 3 p. m. Everybody :is cordially in- present that one W. M. Brcwn. late.of saidu di- colored men, shot two deer one day be between the Punta Gorda states- -
vited to attend. trict. being then and there president of a ,.r- last week and remembered his neigh- man and Stockton. D. Pacignana
Rev. J. B. Hawk will preach at City tain national bank association then and there bors. Shaker and repairer all work first
Point Suday morning. Dec. 1st, at 10:30 known and designated as the Frt Dllas Nat. essrs J. A Taylor and G. C. Smoking Tobaccos clShoemaker and repairer, all wNork firt
o'clock. At 7"30 p. m. he will preach Bank ,f Miami. Fla.. ani sai.i .i..,, e- J A Taylor and T C. Smoking Tobaccos cls.s anr d uarantree. sho xt door 4eet.
at St. Pauls church, Eau Gallie. Ep- ing then and there ant a,'iati,on rganize, Kuh have bought the Tunor, Wil- in Duk-'s Mixture. ull r s barr ho. ul trt
worth league devotional meeting at Eau at.d exi.tindg a.r an, y viru.fth and W. A. Goodch orange p S ManEn
Galfie at 6:30 p. iuder an lo- irtue f and are now sAipping u c s, U i. *.- ., n l Ol English
Galie at 6-~0 p.m. the United.statescovering aonai iank anl re now (urve Cut. Van Bibb r. Turkish Tro- Pecans for Sale
then and there carrying on a tnk lim.-, :it Rev. Wm. E. Stones and wife. of phies. White Rolls. :, | stelting pecan trees. paper shell
Indian River Hotel ,Miami. within said di.,gtriet and within i. Titusville, came up from Eau G(allie, BANNER DRUG; STORE. variety. Forsalkat :.t'cents each. First
RECENT ARRIVALS jurisalictisonuf..sid csurt. did then tand tl-r,. Sunday. Mr. Stones held services! come. tirst : served. A. .1. ('.RTER.
Cha F Trotter, Washington, D C; tatke in a r ertin imok tlhetau:'l l're lK-..i,,n;- both afternoon and evening. Just Received Turnblull. Fla.
J E Hopkins and wife, Chicago; L A inu-. to and in ise hby st d a.. i... t titn tran- The V. c A. club gave a s uppir at : i9.7 -rt#wn ik-ean, .-'e.l, lobe, Rockledge;John Henry. CatyJ W satin it. said -ankin.,..in,.--h.,i tht.n a.d 1 the school house Friday night for the a l. I t 1. 4. per sh.l nted for Grnd Lrcen
Bye. ller son; aC Bealh Ms therJe kn-wn and sh-rilr-l as cer ,.ram l h-"r. benefit of the hall (and weire quite F. O. 1;. E. L. HRADY & tlE.. \ Sheriff Frobhck on his return fr.ot
auae, W J Irland, Atlanta; J M Kee- pan 1: unf ther a 'certi n ntrh iln1' successfull, clearing over 0.t;<.M. Titusvil!e. Fl. a a bu.inet.-s s trip .> .Ja, k>nvilh. the
ly, Tampa; H W Parks, Bowling Green, -etri: Mr clain M g e < j first of the week ..setpptduor heic.and
Fla Je Fleishm ark H Levy, NnY- .-. hioh ., a, t..r "., U t Mrs. M. P. oulttken 'pentt Satur- Fi, 1.x ah at the lrier .. .k ir. w't Moore, Jacksonville; F S Morse, there in the w,,r.-...l ni..ur-si ..-.,. .. i,., tit lday, an d Sun av in a ill. the Drug St.,,re. a.s- "Slim" and want-ed in Dl)ad county
Mrs JS Morse, Miami; F C Smillie. ist.,-vy: guest of Mrs. W. C. Hoves. while on a charge of grand larcnyv. steal-
Cincinnati; Geo G Richenard. Valdosta. Janm- 14th. $7.Oaeh.I.---irh u .it .ntry ars : her way to St. Louis from Eidora. I Draying mgy iank cheek.- t,. the value 'f dniore
Ga; Mrs C B Kingman and son, Dr B R afs'resaiId uatdt in m ail ,N.,k I lh,' :ti ,i i ; r-, M '. H. (.lH ut-:. \\tho has L ic e n quite l r:yi i!'. ir t.:tiiSi, ..l:ti KIA .:- i.r..,i.t- thati. !li;:-,lrl ,,l'. 'ii. I, plead1
Wilson, Mrs BR ilson, Helen. Rush prp.e.l toh-,l.w in uiiht:.atce ..ir m !-..l .> iill. is improving and is able to drive iv *les.-lei t,, 1.-*-t. :;11 tralg.-. .t,,fe -ruiltyv fl'oe .Justi:e- till andl wa-.
and Karl Wilson, City. dicate. and decree- that th.- -im .4 $-""' ;, out thest pleasant days. Her sister, 'v..I tr --ale at n: tile-., held for trial in th.- criminal court.
Special Bargains in Children's *~ras then ast, there lte .ten .s iee, hy ~sal Mi-s. J. H. Magill. of Utica. N. Y.. ",. lei,,,,
Clothing at Kline's laxk "f ay Biscaynt t sia a-...iatimon. : is with her for the winter. .... Notice
C hThis. thegntad j-ry ty. wa-- f;.. <" and w a^ '
Boys' suitsinextraqualityof black m,.e with intention .. p"art .- f .-id W.I Mr. L. J. Johnsonm. who has been FOltR ALE C 'EAP F4Ot CAS". The annual mn. tintr of the- s.-tock-
Thibet, worth $5.00, Monday's spee-! II. Brown t., deceive an ag'nt .mof ih" cemp qflite ill for several weeks, and who .:nt>a -:.c off g.ee- Igh land on holdersof th- Indian i er Stitate- blank
i al, $3. 49. trnlier. was in Titusville under the doctors the ea.i cr emeaa s.ide a lim"- Indian river will b. h&-ld at it.s, romens on Jan. :.
Boys' heavy quality blue serge The::d count was as foullow-: The se-.,nd care, has been taken to the F. E. C. athe Narro~' deriidas follows: Lot ., at 3 p. in.. for the election of
uits, bloomer trousers, sizes 7to 17, count alleges the making of au entry ,n June hospital in St. Augustine to undergo No. tion 5, also lot No. :, etaon directors and such other business as
regular price $8.50, Monday $6.98. 14th of7.0on.00 with sauae intitution awl an operation. This land is unimproved unt finely lo- may t-e pre.-nt-Eld.
Another lot of boys' suits in hard same prose. which was raise. Mr. S. M. Stephens, of Lakeland. cated. For further particulars address JA.-. 1'RiT(HARi.
f--h worsted, bloomer trousers, 3rd coaunt:alleges anenttry t theaeeountof who bought Mr.P. L Wright's or- E. M. Ibw W. S. BRAN.NIN;. President.
special $4.91. Sies 7 to 16. the Chme National bank for Ito.iusoo with ange crop, left Tuesday for Titus- Rrocktou. Mass. ashierr.


me purpose ec. ville, taking his force of packers,drinkatplacat
LadS rMalu 4th count: charges another false entry for with him. They enjoyed their Sun- Orange and Grapefruit Trees A cool drink at a cool l)lace at
ashtws aea Biwau4 oanaty, tein the S.MAS.ao to the Chnse National hank: day dinner of venison, shot by one of; Grown at Shiloh, Fla., on high MANDY'S.
L ir t R. 1. See. T. Sl, L. aand 5th coat; is a fale entry to the Empire their number. hickory hammock. Free from white
IW. wirt. W. I tsaT.sI, Lt. For Tst~. e rCe~s.n; f I fly. One year to two year old buds., The Apine Hotel
hrc patiimaise arm M. P. eae rTa sh count; uisa false entry of the same Wood For Sale I Prices from 25 to 35 cents. Careful- Titusville, Fla., F. A. Losley, man-
17 amtinnt and to the smne party. Pine or oak, any length. Also plow- ly packed and delivered at Oak Hill ager. On the European plan--furn-
A cool drink at eal place at t mant: da entry aow ingthat they i nd harrowing. See or address J.station. J. W. GRIFFIS, ished rooms and quick lunch. Cen-
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